Inspiring Young Scientists Ep3
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How many of your students know that velcro, helmets and wind farms are all inventions inspired by ideas we see in nature? In this last of our three-part “Inspiring Young Scientists” series, world renowned anatomist Dr. Joy Reidenberg, along with Megan Schuknecht from the Biomimicry Institute, will join us to talk about how to engage our students, and get them excited about science and design innovations that were inspired by nature.
Dr. Reidenberg and Megan will join PBS Digital Innovator All Star Sharon Clark to talk about STEAM education, and highlight exciting resources and models that you can immediately implement in your classroom.
PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one-hour virtual professional learning event.
STEAM Opening Card OVEE
- Sharon Clark
Sharon is an innovative STEM teacher, teaching 4th and 5th graders in the Haywood County School System. She is also a Tennessee Transformational Leadership Alliance (TTLA) Fellow at Lipscomb University and a TN Rural STEM Cohort Member. Sharon enjoys speaking, writing, and capturing moments through photography. She was a 2017 EdmodoCon Speaker, a 2016 PBS Annual Meeting Speaker, and she looks forward to one day being a well sought after key-note speaker.
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