Students learned from scientists studying frogs, sea urchins, and the ocean to help them understand the scientific process.
K-12 Scientist in Residence, Alan Ivory, will continue to connect scientists with classrooms.
The lesson plans focus on real-world water issues and will soon be available for free download.
Consider working with teachers during our 4th annual summer professional development workshop!
Marion County first-grade teacher Jowan Johnson-Allen was awarded a SEFS Superstar Teacher of the Quarter award.
From July 5-9, 59 teachers representing 22 counties will assist scientists with ongoing research projects.
Flagler County K-12 teachers learned how to integrate AI into the classroom in a Scientist in Every Florida School professional development opportunity.
Monika Moorman, a 4th-grade teacher at Central Park Elementary in Broward County has been named the SEFS SuperStar Teacher of the Quarter.
The virtual workshop will take place via Zoom from July 5-9, 2021.
This award honors a K-12 teacher that goes above and beyond to share their passion for teaching science through the delivery of SEFS related content.