Title:  Addressing Misconceptions in the Science Classroom
Date: Monday, October 25, 7-8 p.m.

We are excited to announce our first Teacher Meet of the 2021-22 school year! In a “year like no other”, it is more important than ever that we address the preconceived ideas that students bring with them to class. What misconceptions do your students have? What strategies have you used successfully to address them? Which misconceptions do your students still have despite your best efforts?

We will meet virtually from 7pm – 8pm for an opportunity to share and problem solve together. Registration is free, please register by Wed. Oct. 20th. This event will not be recorded.

PLease note: this session is designed as a companion to PETER’S BLOG for October, 2021:
Welcome Back to School: Re-grounding in the Scientific Process

PETER KRITSCH is an Oregon High School biology and biotechnology teacher who has been serving as an adjunct instructor and consultant for the BTC Institute for many years. He is primarily involved in our teacher training and support efforts. He also assists with the ongoing development of our Biotechnology Field Trips program and serves as an advisor for Camp Biotech I and Camp Biotech II for high school students.