'Hands-On, Project-Based Learning Science Lessons where Students Explore and Create'
Come learn about FREE science-based lesson plans and resources available on a range of subjects for a range of ages. We’ll walk through where to find them and discuss fun ways to expand beyond the curriculum. From designing healthy ice pops to learning about plants’ growth needs, each lesson plan is primed to inspire and excite students in the classroom. Each lesson plan uses relatable scenarios and fun, hands-on activities to fuel deeper student engagement in STEM, while connecting students to the exciting world of food and agriculture. Students will learn the processes of research, design, evaluation, modification, and presentation through the creation of a healthy ice pop. Students will observe seeds, match them to the fruits from which they came, and design investigations to answer questions that they generate about seeds.|
Workshop Session (all workshops will be 60 minutes)
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|Biosketch:||Dr. Ronda Hamm is passionate about providing enriching science and agriculture experiences for everyone. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Education at Fresno State University. She received her Masters of Science and Doctorate degrees in Entomology at Cornell University. She is the Global Academic Relations manager for Corteva Agriscience. In this role, she develops and implements strategies and relationships to promote science, people and innovations for the future of agriculture. In 2016, Ronda was awarded the Distinguished Informal Educator Award from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) for her work in founding three successful science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs; two while in graduate school and one at Corteva Agriscience that continue to grow. The Corteva Grows Science Outreach program inspires students to enter science careers, empowers teachers to bring agricultural sciences into their classrooms, and engages adults on the importance of the agricultural industry.|