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Integration of Next Generation Science Standards 
Fremont Unified School District Teachers
Summer 2015
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contact Joyce Blueford blueford@msnucleus.org  (for content information)
Sue Lemke, Science Manager FUSD slemke@fusd.k12.ca.us  (for FUSD teachers)


Children's Natural History Museum (4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont)

NGSS:  Middle School Earth Sciences (6th-8th grade) – NGSS principles
August 4, 2015, Tuesday  9am-12 (noon)  Location:  Children's Natural History Museum (4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont)

9-12 noon Basic content concepts in geology (minerals, rocks, natural processes); 1-4 pm  interrelationships of earth and organisms (local examples to incorporate into teaching) will include sample lessons and hands on material, especially local rocks, maps
Key Presenter: Dr. Joyce Blueford (Geologist)
Maximum number of teachers: 30
Curriculum materials will be provided.


California Nursery Historical Park (Nursery and Niles Blvd)

Elementary Classroom teacher on integration of NGSS Earth and Biology in Curriculum
August 11, 2015   9am- 4 pm  Location: California Nursery Historic Park

Biogeology Principles  - Plants and animals can change their local environment  (K-2  NGSS); Living things can affect the physical characteristics of their environment  (3-5)  Afternoon will include a tour of Masonic Home Reforestation Project.  K- ESS3-1Grade 4 ESS1-1, ESS2

Location: California Nursery Historical Park (start in California Nursery Company Office),  Masonic Home Reforestation 
Key Presenter: Dr. Joyce Blueford,
Maximum number of teachers: 30
Curriculum materials will be provided

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