The conference begins in !


Join us November 5th

at Douglas County High School, Castle Rock

for the 2022 Colorado Science Conference!

Registration is now open!

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**Lunch will not be provided at DCHS.**
Please bring your lunch or visit one of the restaurants near the high school.
Here is a list of places near the school.


Schedule Overview:

8:00 am Session 1

9:10 am Session 2 

10:15 am Keynote Speaker # 1:  Jeffrey Bennett, Astronomer, Teacher & Writer

10:55 am Session 3
11:50 am Lunch, Networking, and Science Organization Meetings
12:50 pm Keynote Speaker # 2:  Autumn Rivera, Colorado Teacher of Year 2022

1:25 pm   Awards Ceremony & Awards Dessert Reception

1:55 pm Session 4

3:05 pm Session 5

4:00 pm Pick up CDE Professional Development Certificate






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.





Have questions/comments about the Colorado Science Conference? Please feel free to email us!

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