‘Āina, AI, and the Next Generation of Science Teaching
Saturday, September 16 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm HST| Free
The Hawaii Science Teaching Association is holding its annual conference on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023 at McKinley High School. It is the 60th anniversary of this organization.
The future of science education is constantly changing. Human impact on the environment is becoming increasingly quantifiable and concerning. The nexus of culture and science is growing. Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is increasingly used in our daily lives. What is the next generation of science education going to look like? Join the Hawaii Science Teaching Association September 16th, 2023 for our annual conference to learn and discuss the future of science education.
Location: McKinley High School
Date: Saturday September 16, 2023
Time: 8:00am – 12:30pm
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Our conference will take place in-person.
We will begin the day with a keynote address in the McKinley Auditorium.
Breakout sessions will follow with presenters that include scientists, science teachers, and organizations. Breakout sessions will help you dive deeper into practices, activities, and opportunities of science teaching. Community Partners in science education will have booths with resources and information available to browse as well.
What is HaSTA?
HaSTA is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. Our members are public and private school science teachers, university faculty, and other community professionals who work in science or science education.