Monika Moorman, a 4th-grade teacher at Central Park Elementary in Broward County has been named the SEFS SuperStar Teacher of the Quarter.
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.
Research shows that providing teachers with out-of-school research experiences can push them to try new and innovative ways of teaching science.
Counties can choose the topics that are most relevant to the coursework being covered in their public schools.
In 2020 SEFS overcame unexpected challenges to expand its programs and impact to new audiences.
By participating in SEFS, the Escambia County science teacher has excelled at bringing quality science content to her students during a difficult year.
Attention teachers! Check out our insect-related lessons, videos, and more for K-12 students. Resources are rooted in Sunshine State Standards.
TESI educator and coordinator Sadie Mills helped students understand why and how scientists take notes in the field.
In a virtual visit coordinated by Scientist in Every Florida School, Dr. Amy Williams led a classroom of Gainesville High School students in a discussion about the characteristics of life
Florida K-12 public school teachers: Add that ‘wow’ factor to your science lesson by requesting a virtual scientist visit.