National Science Teaching Association Conference 2023: Atlanta
Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Join us at one of our workshops and for HHMI's Night At the Movies or come visit us at booth 709! All workshops are in Room #B203.
Thursday, March 23
- 9:45–10:45 AM: Scales of Change: How Climate Change Impacts Every Unit in Biology
- 1:00–2:00 PM: Incorporate Science Practices Using BioInteractive to Enhance Data Literacy Skills
- 2:20–3:20 PM: Developing Data Literacy Skills With HHMI BioInteractive Data Points
- 3:40–4:40 PM: The Mystery of the Missing Tusks: Explaining Elephant Evolution Using HHMI BioInteractive Resources
Friday, March 24
- 8:00–9:00 AM: Using Science Practices to Connect Evolution and Inheritance With HHMI BioInteractive's Rock Pocket Mouse Resources
- 10:40–11:40 AM: Using a Sickle Cell Phenomenon to Explore Genetics
- 1:20–2:20 PM: Modeling Coral Bleaching: Using HHMI BioInteractive Resources to Make Student Thinking Visible
- 2:40–3:40 PM: Developing Explanations of Natural Selection Using the VIDA Tool
- 4:00–5:00 PM: Leapin' Lizards: Using Storyboarding to Introduce Natural Selection
Saturday, March 25
- 10:20–11:20 AM: Making Connections Using HHMI BioInteractive's Island Biogeography Resources
- 1:20–2:20 PM: From Basset Hounds to Bichons: Understanding Inheritance Patterns Through Analysis of Dog Breeds
- 2:40–3:40 PM: Using BioInteractive Resources to Explain How Natural Selection Drives Changes in Skin Color
- 4:00–5:00 PM: Using Blue Whales to Engage Students in Backyard Biology
Join Us For HHMI Night at the Movies!
March 23, 5:15PM; Georgia World Congress Center/Thomas Murphy Ballroom
WILD HOPE is a new series of short films highlighting the intrepid changemakers who are working to restore and protect our planet. Each episode inspires audiences with stories of bold interventions, unexpected alliances, and nature’s resilience.
Following the screening, join Sean B. Carroll and scientists from the films for a lively discussion about the importance of showcasing successes, and the power of positive storytelling to change the narrative, create a sense of community, and inspire hope.
Dinner will be served as part of this screening. More information, including registration, available here.
Other Upcoming Workshops
Join us for a movie night and a workshop!
FAMU Sustainability Institute
1601 S. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tallahassee, FL 32307