Elementary Science Leaders Network

Elementary Science Leaders Network

Science Leadership Networks (SLN) were established to increase subject area leadership within the Genesee Area Mathematics and Science Center (GAMSC) service region while collaborating to achieve a “shared vision” of science education.

High School Science Leaders Network

High School Science Leaders Network

Science Leadership Networks (SLN) were established to increase subject area leadership within the Genesee Area Mathematics and Science Center (GAMSC) service region while collaborating to achieve a “shared vision” of science education.

Interactions: High School Physical Science Curriculum Resource

Interactions: High School Physical Science Curriculum Resource

This year-long NGSS aligned curriculum is designed to support high school physical science students.

MI SCI PLN Meetings

MI SCI PLN Meetings

The purpose of MI Sci PLN meetings is to enhance communication, encourage cooperation, and inspire collaboration among the members of professional organizations committed to improving science education.

Middle School Science Leaders Network

Middle School Science Leaders Network

Science Leadership Networks (SLN) were established to increase subject area leadership within the Genesee Area Mathematics and Science Center (GAMSC) service region while collaborating to achieve a “shared vision” of science education.

NGSX Units 1-6 Cohort 21

NGSX Units 1-6 Cohort 21

Understand the Framework aligned vision of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) straight from the researchers/writers in the Next Generation Science Exemplar (NGSX) system of professional development.

NGSX Units 1-6 Cohort 23

NGSX Units 1-6 Cohort 23

Understand the Framework aligned vision of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) straight from the researchers/writers in the Next Generation Science Exemplar (NGSX) system of professional development.

The Formative Assessment Process 2017-2018

The Formative Assessment Process 2017-2018

Improving Student Achievement One Student at a Time.