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Friday, October 21 • 10:15am - 11:30am
6-10: Hands-On, Minds-On: Engaging Youth with Science!

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Do you want some fresh new ideas for hands-on engagement in the classroom? Hands-on, minds-on activities are proven as an effective way to capture the attention, and engage youth in every aspect of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). STEM is an effective platform to build critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and problem solving skills. This workshop is focused on providing a variety of activity ideas with easily accessible materials for teachers from Grade 6 to 10 that can be adapted for a range of grade levels and abilities and across disciplines. Let’s Talk Science facilitators will lead you through multiple science-based experiences that involve technology and creativity.

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Christina Carnovale

Let's Talk Science Challenge and Events Coodinator, Let's Talk Science
Christina works closely with Let’s Talk Science volunteers to plan meaningful and dynamic experiences for students attending the Let’s Talk Science Challenge as well as other educational events that take place in universities and colleges across the country. Christina also worked in a number of museums, delivering and developing educational programs for K-12 students.
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Bonnie Schmidt

President, Let's Talk Science
Dr. Bonnie Schmidt is the founder and president of Let’s Talk Science, an award-winning, national charitable organization that she started in 1991 while completing a PhD in Physiology. Let’s Talk Science helps children and youth fulfill their potential and prepare for their future careers and citizenship role by supporting their learning through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) engagement. During its 20+ year history... Read More →

Friday October 21, 2016 10:15am - 11:30am

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