Meet archaeologists and learn how early indigenous people interacted with Florida’s environment.
SEFS paired teachers with real-life researchers to develop strategies they could use to better engage their students in science.
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.