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Get Re-Energized: Day 1 Introduction


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An introduction to Day 1 of the Get Re-Energized teacher workshop, including five "Big Ideas about Energy."

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Get Re-Energized: Day 1 Introduction

  1. 1. Teacher Education Course Summer 2016 Get Re-Energized
  2. 2. Get Re- Energized Physical Science Great Lakes Rocks Earth Systems Science Expedition: Green Environmental Science All About You Life Science Our Place in Space Space Science & Engineering MSI Teacher Education Courses
  3. 3.  Day 1: Foundations of Energy  Day 2: Mechanical Energy  Day 3: Thermal Energy  Day 4: Electrical Energy  Day 5: Chemical Energy Course Outline
  4. 4. Pedagogy Themes  Next Generation Science Standards • Disciplinary Core Ideas • Science and Engineering Practices • Crosscutting Concepts  Probing for and Engaging with Students’ Misconceptions  Lesson Design • Active learning, Hands-on • Backwards Design (Key Take-away) • Science Inquiry Learning Cycle • Engineering Design Cycle
  5. 5. Today’s Lessons  Light a Bulb • Science Inquiry Learning Cycle  Change It Up • Forms of energy and ways energy changes form  You’ve Got Potential • Potential and kinetic energy
  6. 6. Energy as a Crosscutting Concept Big Ideas About Energy 1. All energy is fundamentally the same, and it can be manifested in different phenomena that are often referred to as different “forms” or “types.” 2. Energy can be transformed/converted from one form/type to another. 3. Energy can be transferred between systems and objects. 4. Energy is conserved. It is never created or destroyed, only transformed/converted or transferred. 5. Energy is dissipated in all macroscopic (involving more than just a few particles) processes.
  7. 7. Forms of Energy (Change It Up) Mechanical Energy Gravitational Energy Elastic Energy Motion EnergyThermal Energy Electrical Energy Chemical Energy
  8. 8. Potential and Kinetic Energy (You’ve Got Potential)  Potential Energy: stored energy  Kinetic Energy: energy in action
  9. 9. Using your teacher ID
  10. 10. Using your teacher ID
  11. 11. Extra Slides (Appendices)
  12. 12. What is energy? How would you explain the scientific concept of energy to a neighbor? Image: Scotto Bear (CC BY-SA 2.0)
  13. 13. Crosscutting Concept: Energy Next Generation Science Standards—Energy and Matter: Flows, Cycles, and Conservation • Energy can be transferred in various ways and between objects. • Energy may take different forms. • The transfer of energy can be tracked as energy flows through a system. • Energy cannot be created or destroyed—it only moves between one place and another or it changes form. Increasing grade level progression
  14. 14. Get Re-Energized Welcome!