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Florida K-12 public school teachers: Add that ‘wow’ factor to your science lesson by requesting a virtual scientist visit.
Graduates of the program will share their new skills by giving a talk at one of our popular Science on Tap events this fall!
We are seeking scientists to serve as mentors during a virtual K-12 teacher summer professional development workshop from July 6-10, 2020.
During the workshop, teachers will assist scientists with ongoing research projects while developing lesson plans based on what they’ve learned.