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'All Things Photosynthesis'

Join Florida Agriculture in the Classroom as they cover all things photosynthesis! Participants will construct a photoelectric tree, solve what plants need in order to survive and decode the puzzle to photosynthesis. This workshop is engaging, hands-on and STEM focused! Participants will leave with a copy of STEMming Up Gardening, an educational guide on implementing STEM into a school garden

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Tracee Schiebel
Email: SCHIEBEL@AGTAG.ORG
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Primary Presenter
State: Florida
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Main Phone: 3528461391
Biosketch: Tracee Schiebel joined Florida Agriculture in the Classroom at their Education Program Manager in June 2017. Tracee has a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business Management from State University of New York at Cobleskill and a Master of Science degree in Agricultural Education and Communication from the University of Florida. Before joining FAITC, Tracee was a HungerU member, traveling the country educating students about agricultural solutions to hunger, as well as substitute teaching when not traveling. Before attending college Tracee was a New York FFA state officer.
Organization/Affiliation: Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc.
Becky Sponholtz
Email: sponholtz@agtag.org
Speaker Order: 2
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Presenter 2
State: Florida
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Main Phone: 352-846-1391
Biosketch: Becky Sponholtz is the Executive Director of Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc., a post she has held since February 2017. Before that, she served as FAITC's Education Program Manager. Before that, she was a middle and high school agri-science instructor and FFA advisor for nine years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and her Master of Agriculture from Auburn University. She is married to Corbin Sponholtz and has a son, Landon and daughter, Chandlee.
Organization/Affiliation: Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc.