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Join us November 6th
for this year's virtual conference using Whova
Keynote Speakers: The Bug Chicks--
Bug Nets and SEL: How Catching Feelings can Transform STEM Learning
Description: What happens when you willingly embrace emotion in a STEM classroom? Kristie Reddick and Jessica Honaker (The Bug Chicks) are entomologists who use bugs as a vehicle to explore bias, misconceptions, growth mindset, and empowerment. This talk will introduce their signature blend of STEM and SEL while providing strategies that can be immediately utilized in classrooms of any age and any focus.
About the Conference
The Colorado Science Conference for Professional Development is a one-day conference that provides professional development regarding science content, education strategy, and research.
Our conference is geared towards anyone interested in science education, including K-12 teachers, college instructors, informal educators, administrators, pre-service teachers, and retired teachers. In addition, the Colorado Science Conference provides 5 hours of re-licensure credit.
The conference will feature over 60 presentations regarding the science content areas of biology, chemistry, earth and space science, physics, and environmental science within the education settings of Early Childhood Education, K-12, College, and Informal Education.
Sessions may not all be recorded.
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Check out the agenda here! (Agenda subject to change.)
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