Presentation topics are diverse and if possible relate to winter, but will relate to one of the following: STEM, Arts, Environmental Literacy, 21st Century Skills or Careers and the Environment. Sessions include ways of getting students reconnected to nature, interested in Environmental Careers, or that use the outdoors as a teaching tool. Plus, Judy Semroc, a former science teacher and petroleum geologist, and currently a conservation specialist at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, will be delivering a keynote about the wonderful world of owls! Come join other educators Friday night and Saturday for a fun weekend conference!
The Science Education Council of Ohio (SECO) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
SECO is the Ohio chapter of the National Science Teaching Association. Established since 1976.