Module 1: How do I help students make sense of evidence and build explanations?
Module 2: How do I help students make sense of evidence and build explanations?
Module 3: How can I support whole-class conversations after students have drawn models?
Module 4: How can I support multilingual pedagogies?
Module 5: How do I promote scientific identities?
Module 6: How do I develop a culture for collaborative discussion?
Module 7: How do I help my students revise their models toward the end of the unit?
Module 8: How can we support students in seeing the unobservable for modeling?

Watch: Co-constructing Summary Tables

E2Ast Summary Table 2020 (Jessica Thompson)

In this video, you will see an SPS teacher introducing the KLEWS chart to 2nd graders for the first time. Notice how the teacher frames the lesson. The teacher moves beyond the key concept of “landforms are made of rock” and asks students to critically examine this concept and develop a set of questions they can return to overtime. The teacher plans to have students return to the KLEWS chart about 5 times for this unit.