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Saturday, March 9 • 11:00am - 11:50am
FOSTERING COMMUNITY APPRECIATION OF SCIENCE IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM

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My talk will include demonstrations to show how science can be communicated to students and to all segments of our society. Come learn about combustion, liquids that glow in the dark, polymers, and other spectacular scientific phenomena. You will sit at the edge of your seat and will see science in action. All interactions are done purposefully… for the benefit of Earth and its people.
Teachers are entrusted to develop talent, shape character, and influence attitudes. We have awesome responsibilities. We aim to educate future scientists and to achieve science literacy among all students, fellow educators and staff, and our immediate community. Science literacy enlightens and enables people to make informed choices, to be skeptical, and to reject shams, unproven conjecture, and to avoid being bamboozled into making foolish decisions where matters of science and technology are concerned. Science literacy is for everyone—scientists, artists, humanists, teachers, all professionals, the general public, youth and adults alike.


Saturday March 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room E

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