Below the Surface
There are over one million species of animals that live below the surface of our oceans. Not only can incredibly diverse animals be found in this habitat, but plastics are also a part of it as well. Explore marine animals, the impact plastics have on this environment and what you can do to help.
Connect the Dots
Ever wonder if your students are getting it? Join us as we explore diverse assessment strategies that help you connect the dots from your lessons to their understanding. From the youngest learners to experienced students, your classroom will benefit from these tactics and techniques.
Want to turn your classroom scientists into Citizen Scientists? Join this session to learn more about the field of Citizen Science and activities that will help students gain a sense of community and place, apply the scientific method and develop critical thinking skills.
Deep in the Heart of Texas
What do Houston toads, Attwater’s prairie chickens, and black bears have in common? They are all part of our diverse Texas wildlife. Explore local wildlife, participate in hands-on activities and learn how you can help save these animals in the wild.
Explore the Wild
Get your wild side on! Come play with us as we discuss the importance of play and nature exploration. We’ll also discuss ways to institute some of these exploration strategies in your classroom.
Navigating Nature in Your Classroom
Discover how to help your students fall in love with nature! Nature is important to children’s development in every major way – intellectually, emotionally, socially, spiritually and physically. Learn new techniques to help create meaningful connections between your students and the natural world.
Science, Science Everywhere!
Having trouble finding the time to teach science along with all the other TEKS in your classroom? Join us to learn strategies for incorporating science and animals into all aspects of your day.
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