TRC Science Collaborative

  • Texas Regional Collaboratives (TRC)
    ESC Region 11 Science Collaborative

    Thais Mitchell, M.Ed.
    TRC Science Project Director

2017-2018 ESC Region 11 Science Collaborative Photo

  • TRC Science 2017-2018

     

2017-2018 TRC Science Collaborative Project Details

  • The ESC Region 11 Science Collaborative, in partnership with Midwestern State University, the Botanical Research Institute of Texas and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, will provide 100 hours of sustained, high-intensity science professional development to district/charter recommended certified teachers and private school teachers. Middle school teachers (grades 6-8) will have the opportunity to acquire and enhance their content knowledge with 60 hours of professional development in the areas of Matter and Energy. Teachers will evaluate and improve their instructional strategies throughout the year in the areas of:

    • Formative Assessment,
    • Differentiation,
    • Argument-Driven Inquiry, and
    • Project-Based Learning 

    In each of the workshops, teachers will utilize technology as a tool to enhance science teaching and learning.

    District/Charter Partners

    Aledo ISD
    McAnally Intermediate
    Alvarado ISD
    Alvarado Intermediate
    Birdville ISD
    Watauga Middle
    Boyd ISD
    Boyd High 
    Burleson ISD
    Hughes Middle
    Kerr Middle
    STEAM Middle
    Callisburg ISD
    Callisburg Middle
    Everman ISD
    Baxter Jr High
    Powell Intermediate
    Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts
    Fort Worth ISD
    James Middle
    McClung Middle
    Joshua ISD
    Loflin Middle
    Little Elm ISD
    Lakeside Middle
    Prestwick STEM Academy
    Three-Way Schools
    White Settlement ISD
    Brewer Middle
    Tannahill Intermedieat


    Institute of Higher Education (IHE) Partner
    Dr. Rebecca Dodge
    Midwestern State University

    Dr. Stephaine Taylor
    University of Texas at Dallas

    Mr. Ken Mitchell
    Weatherford College Wise County

    Community Partners
    Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    Perot Museum of Science and History