Video: Is Your Child Learning Next Generation Science at School?
How to make STEM interesting, relevant and fun for kids
Q&A with Jessica Thompson, assistant professor, University of Washington College of Education.
- What's different about Next Generation Science instruction
- How teachers are being prepared to teach hands-on science
- How we can build networks of support so students can be successful in science
- How to encourage more students, especially girls and minorities, to pursue science careers
About Jessica ThompsonA former high school and middle school science teacher, Jessica Thompson is currently an assistant professor at the University of Washington College of Education. Her scholarship focuses on building K-12 networks that support experienced and novice teachers in innovative and equitable science instruction.
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