Small garden snail exploring a ruler
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Our online workshops take place on Zoom and are highly interactive. All workshops include both whole group and small group activities.

Science and math overlap in fascinating ways. But what does this actually mean for instruction? Join us to explore how students can think as mathematicians and scientists, bringing skills from both fields to figure things out about the natural world.

What do scientists and mathematicians have in common, and how do they work together? Experience a model activity that brings math and science practices together and supports students to succeed at both. The activity will also get students outside and exploring the biodiversity of their school grounds or local environment. Workshop participants will reflect on their learning experience and discuss ways to apply the pedagogical strategies in their own context.

This three-hour online learning experience will be highly interactive and will engage participants in small-group discussions and individual exploration.

This workshop is designed for teachers of grades 3 - 8. All educators are welcome.

Saturday March 18, 2023
9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Pacific Time)

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What can I expect in an online workshop?

  • Our online workshops take place on Zoom and are highly interactive. All workshops include both whole group and small group activities.
  • We hope that participants will engage as fully as possible, while also realizing that we are all in different places and situations.
  • We don’t record our online workshops.
  • All times posted are in the Pacific Time Zone.
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How do I join?

Pre-registration for this online workshop is required. The Academy's professional development team will send the Zoom Meeting ID to registered educators a few days before the event.

Tickets are $35 for this 3-hour workshop. A limited number of tickets are available, and registration will close on or before Thursday March 16.

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