Take the Fear Out of STEM- Science & Literacy in the K-3 Classroom
Do you have limited time to teach science content? Would you like to increase your knowledge on science concepts? Join us as we incorporate science and literacy standards in amazing STEM activities that you can use for your classroom. Leave with a plethora of ideas to use in your classroom covering the physical, life and earth science standards. FREE for members!
All three Professional Learnings will take place in the Education Center of University of West Georgia. We will meet in the West GYSTC STEM Lab Room 119. Check-in and light refreshments will be from 8:00-8:30 a.m. Class will be from 8:30-4:00 with a one hour lunch on your own.
or (770) 328-8530 with any questions.
Which workshop(s) would you like to sign up for?
February 28: Physical Science & Literacy in a K-3 Classroom: Sound, light & color, electricity & magnetism, force & motion and more.
March 14: Earth Science & Literacy in a K-3 Classroom: Astronomy, fossils & rocks, Earth & moon, and more.
March 28: Life Science and Literacy in a K-3 Classroom: Classification, life cycles, micro-organisms, germs, health, habitats, and more.
If you have any specific science topics you would like for us to include in the workshop, please let us know below.
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