Biology

Claim, Evidence, Reasoning: Using the CER Framework to Help Students Build Better Arguments in the Biology Classroom

Come and join us for an engaging workshop centered on utilizing the Claim Evidence Reasoning (CER) approach to communicate and assess student’s understanding of key concepts in biology.

The Job Search: Application and Interviewing Strategies for STEM Teachers

Join us for a workshop exploring best practices and strategies for your upcoming STEM teaching job search.

Encouraging Diversity, Inclusion and Recognizing Bias and How it Shapes the STEM Curriculum

In this workshop join educators Jenny Shen and Caroline Doherty for a discussion on how to recognize implicit bias and use it as a lens to frame STEM teaching practices.

Energy, Bonds, and Avoiding Misconceptions in the STEM Classroom

Continuing our popular energy-themed workshops, this workshop explores an energy analysis of mechanical, electrical, and chemical bonds to discover where energy is really stored.

Got Energy? – Telling the Energy Story in Biology

A continuation of our engaging discussion on energy and bonds, this workshop will look specifically into where energy is stored and transferred (how energy is “used”) within the context of biological systems.

Exploring NYC’s Waterways: Teacher Field Trip to High Bridge

A Water Ecology & Engineering themed teacher-fun field trip to NYC’s oldest standing bridge, built in 1848 to bring water from the Bronx into Manhattan via the Croton Aqueduct.