Talk – Strategies for Teaching Science

Strategies for Teaching Science

Dr. Jeffrey Bennett
April 15th at 4:00 PM
UW Physics-Astronomy Auditorium PAA A102.

In a presentation for educators, Dr. Jeffrey Bennett will discuss what it takes to be a successful science teacher. His presentation will focus on the idea that the key to success lies in finding ways to get students to put in the study and effort necessary for true learning. Concrete examples of principles and strategies will be provided that will help in your teaching, regardless of the particular science subject, grade level, or number of students taught.

Astrophysicist, author and educator Jeffrey Bennett’s extensive experience includes teaching at every level from preschool through graduate school, proposing and helping develop the Voyage Scale Model of the Solar System on the National Mall in Washington, DC, and serving two years as a Visiting Senior Scientist at NASA Headquarters, where he helped create numerous programs designed to build stronger links between the research and education communities.

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2015 Women in Science and Engineering Spring Lecture

Qualcomm and the University of Washington College of Engineering present:

2015 Women in Science and Engineering Spring Lecture

Wednesday, April 22, 2015unnamed
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Guggenheim Room 220
Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

Featuring Jennifer Sherman
Senior Vice President, Product Management
Navex Global

Jennifer Sherman works with large and small public and private sector organizations looking to transform their approach to ethics and compliance within the workplace. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University where she was a Mayfield fellow. She is also a TEDx speaker, a certified massage therapist, and a glass artist.

Space is limited! Registration is free, but required. Reception and networking following the lecture.

Ms. Sherman is looking forward to answering questions at the lecture. Attendees are invited to submit questions in advance.