RESOURCES

National Science Teaching Association

Daily Dos 

Are There Differences in How People Are Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States? If So, Why Are There Differences, and What Should We Do About the Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19?
By Todd Campbell, Okhee Lee, Eileen Murray, and John Russell

How Can We Make Informed Decisions to Keep Ourselves and Our Communities Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
By Todd Campbell and Okhee Lee.

Professional Book Study

 “Crosscutting Concepts: Strengthening Science and Engineering Learning”
Edited by Jeffrey Nordine and Okhee Lee. 

The book provides resources for teachers to help build their students’ toolkit for exploring science phenomena and engineering problems, both now and in the future.

Register here for the four-series webinar that runs May 13, 20, 27 and June 3, 2021

New York State Education Department

NYU researchers develop resources to provide all students, especially English language learners, with equitable access to P-12 Science Learning Standards

Teacher Resources

Integrating Science and Language for All Students with a Focus on English Language Learners

The series of seven webinars and topic briefs were created for New York State Education Department by New York University researchers Dr. Okhee Lee, Lorena Llosa, Alison Haas, and Scott Grapin. The resources, based on the most advanced research on integrating science and language for all students, including ELLs, were designed to reinforce the NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards going into effect Fall 2021.