The K-12 Science Education Summit will allow the researchers and teachers the opportunity to share innovative science instruction resources with Nebraska teachers, principals and district administrators.
The second-annual event is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center. Faculty and colleagues are invited to showcase, present and demonstrate instructional resources or educational programs during the summit. To register or to submit a presentation proposal go online by Nov. 17.
This event will provide an opportunity for science education stakeholders from across the state, including Nebraska Department of Education officials, school district science directors, educational service unit science staff developers, science teacher educators, K-12 science teachers and University of Nebraska faculty and students, to explore three-dimensional learning, phenomena and integrated science, and engage with members of the state’s science education community.
For more information, contact Cory Forbes, associate professor of natural resources, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.