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STEM Forum & Expo 2019

We’re excited to see you at the STEM Forum! Check out our workshops presented by UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science (info below). And stop by booth 210 to see how Amplify Science puts students in the roles of scientists and engineers as they figure out engaging scientific phenomena. Be sure to collect some of our new scientist profile cards, which include short classroom activities to try with your students.

San Francisco, CA July 24 - July 26

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Click the date below for more details on our workshops.

  • July 26
    9:30 am - 10:30 am

    Moscone Center West, Room 2007

    Establishing an orangutan reserve: investigating weather patterns to design solutions

    Experience how students investigate which locations are most suitable for a population of orangutans while analyzing data and figuring out principles of global weather and climate patterns. Get a hands-on dive into Amplify Science for grades 2–5, engaging with this new, NGSS-designed curriculum from the Law

    11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Moscone Center West, Room 2007

    Embedded and immersive engineering

    Join this session to discover how engineering is seamlessly integrated into the Amplify Science curriculum across grades K–8 as students design solutions to real-word problems. Join the curriculum designers from UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science to experience their cutting-edge approach to engineering and its connections to the NGSS.

Featured Speaker

Tessaly Jen Tessay Jen is a Curriculum and Professional Learning Specialist with The Learning Design Group. Since joining the Learning Design Group team in 2014, she has been an author on many K-5 Amplify Science units and several student books. Before coming to the Lawrence Hall of Science she worked in environmental education. She earned her BS and MS in Earth Systems from Stanford University, the later focused on environmental education.

Featured Speaker

Natalie Roman Natalie Roman is a Curriculum and Professional Learning Specialist at the Lawrence Hall of Science’s Learning Design Group. She was one of the curriculum developers that authored the Amplify Science K-8 curriculum, and is currently working on the creation of two coding in science units. Before working at the Lawrence Hall of Science, Natalie taught in the Bay Area for 10 years, 7 of which were focused on middle school math and science.

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