Go Green! Elementary teachers get science lessons here
It was back to the classroom for about three dozen elementary school educators from across Wisconsin who spent two weeks on the UW-Green Bay campus this August. The University, in partnership with The Einstein Project, offers the summer science institutes to help teachers learn how to better incorporate science methods into daily classroom activities.
Lead instructors were Mathew Dornbush, associate professor of biology in the Natural and Applied Sciences unit, and Amanda Nelson, assistant professor of Human Biology. Scott Ashmann, associate professor of Education, is director of the Einstein Science Institute for Elementary School Teachers Project at UW-Green Bay. For background, see our previous news release.
Photos by Eric Miller, Marketing and University Communication