We know we're supposed to be using phenomena, but what kind? How often? What's an anchor and how is it different from other phenomena? We know that anchoring phenomena can be confusing for science teachers when you're just getting started. In this episode, Erin and Nicole discuss what anchors are and how they can be used. Then, they share a few common mistakes they've made that you can hopefully avoid!
More Resources For Anchoring Phenomena:
How to Use Student Questions to Build Storylines - Podcast Episode 17Are you making the most out of your demos?Anchoring Phenomena: Three Common Mistakes - iExplore Science Blog PostUsing a Notice and Wonder Activity to Introduce Phenomena - Sadler Science Blog PostWhy This?: Creating Anchored Science Experiences - Free Workshop RegistrationAnchor Freebie: Spark Subscription Wait List
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