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Tuesday, February 27 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Citizen Science: Real Research in Your Classroom

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Citizen science is real research supported by ordinary citizens. Participants of all ages can contribute to dozens of ongoing scientific research projects by collecting or analyzing data. Not just for the science classroom, citizen science projects exist in writing, history, art, music, and many other fields. These projects are an amazing way to get your students excited about research, and to connect with researchers from around the world. This presentation will share many examples of citizen science projects, and how they can fit into ANY classroom - science or otherwise. We will participate in a few actual projects during the session. You will leave with many resources to help you get started in your classroom.

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Elizabeth Shutters

Director of Curriculum & Innovation, Roycemore School
Beth Shutters is the Director of Curriculum and Innovation at Roycemore School, a small independent K-12 school in Evanston. Beth is a Google for Education Certified Trainer. She especially enjoys instilling a love of lifelong learning in students and teachers. You can follow her... Read More →

Tuesday February 27, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Exploration Theater