Event Calendar

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Soil & water quality in the classroom workshop

Highbanks Metro Park, Northern Shelter House 9466 Columbus Pike, Lewis Center, OH, United States

An outdoor professional learning event for science teachers on classroom soil & water investigations. “Too many times we're trying to do science in a concrete room. Science is outside. Kids want to get their hands dirty and feel silt versus clay. Now we have the lesson plans. All we need to do is find the …

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Self Organized Learning Environments

Google Meet

Sustaining inquiry outside of PBLs is a problem of practice for many schools. Finding ways to keep inquiry alive in the classroom can be tough. In our virtual time together we will explore Self Organized Learning Environments (@StartSole), an easy to implement strategy that can be done in a single class period, K-12. @StartSole was …

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STEM School Tour and Q&A for Educators

Dayton Regional STEM School 1724 Woodman Drive, Kettering, OH, United States

Visit The Dayton Regional STEM School (grades 6-12) to see STEM and project-based learning in action. This free visit includes a student-led tour and a panel discussion with teachers and administrators.


Crystals, Candy, and Clinker workshop—online

Virtual Event

This workshop will introduce teachers of middle school science, chemistry, earth science, geology and environmental science to materials sciences. A review of 9 labs will help students see various applications of materials in everyday life. Participants will: - observe how thermal processing impacts metals - discover how metals and glass react to annealing and quenching …

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ChickQuest workshop : Classroom Journey Through the Life Cycle of Chickens

Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4H Center 2201 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, OH, United States

ChickQuest, a Classroom Journey Through the Life Cycle of Chickens, is a 4-H School Enrichment Program that challenges students to use Science, Engineering, and Technology to investigate the life cycle of an embryonic chicken egg. From monitoring living eggs to observing fluffy chicks, these lively activities pique curiosity, encourage collaboration and communication, and provide young …

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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education: Empowering Teachers for the Future


The professional development session will introduce teachers to the fundamental concepts of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications in education. Through this workshop, teachers will gain a solid understanding of AI technologies and how they can leverage them to enhance teaching practices, student learning experiences, and overall classroom engagement.

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