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Getting Households Concerned in Science

Getting Households Concerned in Science


It’s Time for Science! On this episode, host Tom Racine talks with Leonor Rebosura from Newark Unified College District and Kimberly Astle from the Washington State Workplace of Superintendent of Public Instruction. We additionally keep in mind the life and legacy of FOSS co-director Larry Malone.

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Leonor Rebosura

Leonor Rebosura, Director of Trainer Induction at Newark Unified College District in Newark, California, talks with us about the best way to get households concerned with science. Ms. Rebosura touches on science assets for house, occasions that academics and districts can do to get dad and mom concerned, and the distinction parental involvement makes in serving to children study.

Kimberly Astle

We spoke with Kimberly Astle on the NSTA convention in Atlanta again in March 2023. She is the Affiliate Director of Elementary Science and Content material Integration for the Washington State Workplace of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ms. Astle spoke with us about funding for getting children outdoors, their statewide venture of integrating science, ELA, and math, instructor burnout, and getting the enjoyment and enjoyable again into science, amongst different issues!

Remembering Larry Malone

Laurence Edward Malone (1943-2023) handed away on June 13, 2023. Larry was obsessed with science schooling and spent over 50 years working on the Lawrence Corridor of Science in Berkeley, California. At its inception, he offered the imaginative and prescient for the Full Possibility Science System (FOSS)® and was the most important supplies designer, author, and voice of this extremely profitable nationwide curriculum venture. He served because the venture co-director for over 20 years. We spend a couple of minutes remembering Larry and his legacy.

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