The year-long program equips teachers with the tools to introduce students to AI and inspire computer science careers.
Students will work on a new teacher professional development program titled “Chewing on Change: Using Fossil Horses to Teach About Macroevolution.”
The teachers completing the PD taught 6-10th grades, covering chemistry, biology, environmental science and more.
SEFS is excited to offer two hands-on professional development opportunities this summer. Learn more and apply!
Using a branch of AI called “machine learning,” humans will teach computers to identify the teeth of the extinct giant shark megalodon.
TESI Director Bruce MacFadden shares how the program got started and the difference it hopes to make.
Two bills introduced in the 2022 Florida Legislative Session — HB 9157 and LFIR 1983 — would provide the funding needed to sustain the program.
Their project tells the story of how recent manatee deaths paint a bigger picture for the future of Florida’s environment.
Students learn about octopuses from marine biologist Chelsea Bennice during Ocean Expert Exchange: Octopus Fieldwork-Behavior to Bacteria.
The Scientist in Every Florida School program wants you to pitch your idea for a livestream about biology!