STEM Inquiry Teaching Practices and the Effect of Mindset

Science educators dream of classrooms where teachers encourage scientific inquiry and exploration, letting students draw their own conclusions rather than guiding them to an answer, and where teachers are facilitators that foster independent and creative thinking and exploration. In this webinar you will discover how STEM educator mindsets can impact the adoption of more open and authentic forms of inquiry in the classroom and how STEM leaders’ feedback can support a growth mindset and help develop a true, concrete understanding of science.

Target Audience

Secondary

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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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Presenter

  • ExploreLearning
    Saarah Broadbent

    A lover of science, learning and former secondary Chemistry educator, Saarah Broadbent, has been an Area Implementation Coordinator across Canada with ExploreLearning for many years. Her passion for education drives her desire to support and encourage educators with math and science Gizmos lesson planning.

    Twitter: @SaarahBroadbent