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EBEC & Lab-Aids NGSS Support Workshop

East  Bay Educational Collaborative  &  Lab-Aids 

announce a new grant funded- NO COST- one day NGSS Support workshop  for all Middle & High School Science Teachers (GRADES 6-12),

Curriculum Directors, Building Administrators, and Department Chairs to support your

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)  implementation at EBEC, May 1, 2018! 

(Complimentary luncheon and free classroom NGSS activities/materials will be provided!)

 

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                                                                              Are you developing and/or implementing

A NEW NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS (NGSS) CUSTOM CURRICULUM

& NEED HIGH QUALITY-LOW COST EFFECTIVE SCIENCE EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS SUPPORT?

     Lab-Aids, Inc. (Over 55 years of science materials development & support experience)

EBEC (Celebrating our 28th year of science curriculum support) announce that we have new low cost science materials solutions custom

support options that include comprehensive NGSS topical unit packages, individual experiment packages, and kits available to support your work!

  • Physical Science
  • Life Sciences
  • Earth Sciences
  • Engineering Practices &
  • Focus Topical Issue Units such as:  Climate Change and Carbon Cycling; Climate Change-Organisms as Climate Indicators; Energy Transfer; Cell differentiation; Body Systems and more!

 

                                                               When:  Tuesday, May 1, 2018   from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM 

                                                                     Location: at EBEC, 317 Market St., Warren, R.I.

 

LAB-AIDS “NGSS Science lessons for a day, a week, or the whole year with everything you need.”

Online advance registration by April 20, 2018 is required and can be found here:  www.ebecri.org

Questions?  Email:  Ronald.Kahn@ebecri.org   or call (401) 245-4998 X 304

Date:
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time:
8:30am - 2:00pm
Campus:
EBEC Professional Development Center

Event Organizer

Jonathan Benoit