The conference begins in !
Saturday, November 14th from 9 am-4 pm
Click the link below to check out the agenda and speakers, and to register!
$35 early bird (before Nov 1)
$50 regular admission
Recertification credit will be available.
There will be giveaways!
If you are a Noyce scholar, contact Rob Reinsvold at firstname.lastname@example.org
for registration instructions.
2020 Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Tyler Lyson and Dr. Ian Miller from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science
After the Asteroid: Colorado Discovery that Rocked the World
Sixty-six million years ago a 6 mile wide asteroid slammed into Earth and caused the extinction of more than 75% of life on Earth, including the dinosaurs. This was the single worst day for life on Earth. How and when life rebounded in the aftermath of the extinction has been shrouded in mystery due to a poor fossil record. An extraordinary new discovery east of Colorado Springs preserves a remarkably complete fossil record with entire fossil mammals, turtles, crocodiles, and plants and paints a vivid picture of how life rebounded after Earth’s darkest hour.
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.
Participate in this year's Colorado Science Conference for Professional Development as a:
Attendee - Registration is open!
Exhibitor - Reach out to educators interested in science education and science content by becoming a conference exhibitor.
Sponsor - Help make the Colorado Science Conference one of the best local sources for science education professional development.
Have questions/comments about our 2020 Colorado Science Conference? Please feel free to email us!
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