National Science Teachers Association Conference with Karan

America's Center Convention Complex 701 Convention Plaza, St. Louis

Session: From Science Ambassadors to 3-D Science in the Schoolyard: A Georgia Model for Professional Learning Join us to explore how Georgia Department of Education and Captain Planet Foundation collaborated to increase teacher capacity for engaging students in three-dimensional science from an environmental perspective. Speakers: Karan Wood, Director, CPF Educator Institute

National Science Teachers Association Conference with Karan

America's Center Convention Complex 701 Convention Plaza, St. Louis

Session: GREAT Projects: A Scaffolded Approach to Phenomenon-, Problem- and Project-Based Learning Explore the GREAT Project Pathways, a suite of tools that students can use to build their own adventures and direct schoolyard projects that solve authentic environmental problems. Investigate ways to incorporate Project-Based Learning with citizen science, engineering challenges, case studies, problem-solving, and sense…

National Science Teachers Association Conference with Courtney

America's Center Convention Complex 701 Convention Plaza, St. Louis

Session: Activating Empathy in to Action: Project Hero Project Hero, a free program of the Captain Planet Foundation, challenges students on Project-Based Learning Quests to help locally threatened and endangered species and ecosystems. Speaker: Courtney Kimmel, CPF Director of Strategic Partnerships