Hands-On Discoveries: Sounds of Science workshop is designed for elementary and middle school educators who are interested in teaching science core concepts in a way that is creative, participatory, and memorable.
This workshop will feature activities that encourage students to create, analyze data, create hypothesis, and use scientific problem-solving skills to master core concepts in water quality and habitat. Some activities will feature parts of our current Discovery Exhibit,Sounds of Science.
These lessons are easy and fun ways to spice up a unit of study and to encourage exploration and creativity among your students! During the workshop, teachers will have the opportunity to participate in the hands-on learning as LASC facilitators demonstrate the following interactive lesson / activity themes:
- Help your students explore
- Engage students in learning about
- And more!
During this workshop we will provide you with:
- Quick and easy ideas of ways to implement the hands-on experiments and activities you learn about during this workshop
- Hands-on Lesson Plans
- Certificate indicating participation and professional development hours earned
- Ongoing assistance to ensure successful implementation of the course
Discovery Education Director
The Living Arts & Science Center
How to Register for a Workshop-
Call or email Katherine Bullock at The Living Arts & Science Center to register for this free workshop. After registering, you will receive a confirmation in the mail.
Katherine Bullock @ 859-252-5222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org