Fall Science Update Conference 2020
Tuesday, November 10
This Year's Theme: Distance Teaching in a Time of Crisis
What have we learned during this current pandemic? There have been technology challenges and virtual labs. How has it changed our current teaching and how will it affect the future of education? How can we support our students, through a pandemic and other challenges, including our students' emotional health. And through all this, how do teachers take care of themselves?
- November 10, 2020
- Evening format 4:00 - 7:30 p.m.
- Russel H. Kirkhof Center, GVSU Allendale Campus
Two, 45-minute long breakout sessions plus a keynote dinner speech!
Watch for Updates.
Registration deadline is October 31
Call for Presenters
If you have a topic or expertise to offer, please join us in presenting at this year’s conference by submitting your application. Sessions are 45 minutes long. Proposals are due October 20. Thank you!
For 34 years, the RMSC has held the Fall Science Update conference for educators. The conference offers elementary and secondary breakout sessions on topics including technology, science content, standards, pedagogy, and informal science. Explore how to engage students in STEM learning!
4:30-5:15pm Breakout Session A
5:30-6:15pm Breakout Session B
6:30-7:30pm Dinner and Keynote Speaker
- $35 (includes dinner)
- $25 (does NOT include dinner)
- $20 for undergraduate students (includes dinner)
- Free for undergraduate students (does NOT include dinner). You must register in order to attend breakout sessions.