Tuesday, Oct 13, 12:00 – 1:30 pm
K-12 Outreach & Engagement in a Time of Distancing
A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants a few days prior to the event.
This forum will highlight examples, best practices, and lessons learned from the past 6 months of adapting in-person programs to distance-based outreach and engagement with K-12 learners. The session will include a blended panel presentation plus Q & A.
Panelists: Courtenay Carr Heuer, Executive Director, Scientific Adventures for Girls; Anne Sawiris, Site Director, SMASH Berkeley; Tyler Chuck, Senior Outreach & Engagement Manager, Community Resources for Science.
Moderator: Faith M. Dukes, PhD, Manager of K-12 STEM Education Programs, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
This event is sponsored by the Coalition for Education & Outreach (CEO). CEO brings together educators, practitioners, and researchers who share a common interest in STEM education and outreach. CEO membership is free and open to all.
The Coalition for Education & Outreach (CEO) is a community of practice based at UC Berkeley. Our members include over 600 science educators and public outreach practitioners working in universities and colleges, schools, museums, after school programs, and informal science venues throughout the Bay Area. Our mission is to advance best practices, facilitate professional development, and encourage the exchange of ideas and resources within the Bay Area’s science education and outreach community. We host the education.outreach listserv and hold forums and social events to foster collaboration and learning. Membership is free and open to all.