TESI Environmental Communicators develop social media content, write newsletter articles, create videos and more.
The new addition will house TESI and include features like a grand atrium, a learning theater/auditorium, and a high-tech classroom.
Teachers will learn from paleontologists about how they can use fossils to highlight evolution, adaptations, and climate change.
This position will work as a member of the SEFS team to ensure Florida’s teachers and students are provided quality instructional support.
The goal of the EL Network is to help students learn more about and gain experience in environmental research, education and civic engagement.
The year-long program equips teachers with the tools to introduce students to AI and inspire computer science careers.
TESI Environmental Communicators gain important skills in science communication and outreach.
Students will work on a new teacher professional development program titled “Chewing on Change: Using Fossil Horses to Teach About Macroevolution.”
Twelve students gained the knowledge, skills, confidence, and network to advocate for the planet in their respective careers.
The award recognizes those who have contributed significantly to establishing and advancing the broader impacts of scientific research.