This group is for district or school coaches who work with science teachers K-12. We can share tools and collaborate as we reflect on our own coaching practices and raise our own problems, tensions, and dilemmas […]

Working together on problems of practice related to coaching science teachers and teams

Let’s collaborate on how to incorporate best practices for standards based instruction and assessment with the ambitious science teaching framework.

This group is for Annenberg fellows and anyone else teaching science in high-needs settings to share experiences and resources and troubleshoot together.

For Annenberg fellows and others to share experiences and resources.

Many parents ask themselves a multitude of questions on the future of their child’s education. Questions such as ‘how do I go about selecting the right school or university based on my child’s aptitudes and inter […]

Private schools are now turning their attention to creating the right blend of a structured curriculum with conditions that encourage personal development.

In personalized learning settings—which happen i […]

Let’s use this space to collaborate on curriculum and instructional practices specific to teaching the physical sciences (chemistry and physics) in MS and HS grade bands. Please post classroom resources, […]

MS and HS physical science (physics and chem) collaboration

Sharing intriguing phenomena, discussing the joys and challenges of ESS, and helping each other become ambitious Earth Science teachers!

This group is working to find solutions for helping English Language Learners participate more fully in different kinds of explanatory talk–in small groups, in whole class. We’re seeking tools and routines that […]

Looking for a community to build modules aligned with North Carolina’s high school biology standards.

Sharing Place for H.S. Biology Teachers

This is a small group of teachers in the Monroe SD who are learning about AST.

PASTL is a unique collaboration between Puget Sound ESD, Olympic ESD, Northwest ESD, University of Washington’s Ambitious Science Teaching Development Group, the Physics Education Research Group at Seattle P […]

What's New?

This is the space where we’ll keep you informed about what our teacher colleagues are doing that is new, or we’ll pose a problem about classroom practice that we want some help with from the whole community.



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