Introducing STEM to Early Learners
For teachers of Pre-K & K students.
Monday Oct. 18, 2021
This workshop will focus on introducing STEM topics to early learner's (ages 2-6) in a way that is fun, engaging and age appropriate. We will go through 2 of our programs, Storytime Science and Science Sprouts, and learn how to use stories and hands on activities to get the little ones thinking. We will talk about both development and implementation of programs to how to find story and activity ideas.
Workshop instructor: Glenna Lydick, Education and Program Coordinator at the SEE Science Center. Glenna has been working with STEM education at SEE for more than 10 years.
If you have any questions please contact Glenna at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 603-621-0742.
Using Citizen Science in your Classroom
For 1st to 12th grade teachers.
Tuesday Nov 16, 2021
This workshop will focus on citizen science, projects that
allow everyday people help scientists complete research on a larger scale. We
will run through what citizen science is, why citizen science is important to
researchers, and how citizen science could be a key part of a science
curriculum. We will run through a citizen science project and discuss how to
select a project for your classroom.
Workshop Instructor: Timothy Dukeshire, Educator at the SEE
Science Center, Timothy has been working within STEM Education for 5 years.
If you have any questions please contact Timothy at email@example.com or at 603-621-0442.