Mathew Dornbush, associate professor of biology in the Natural and Applied Sciences unit, and Amanda Nelson, assistant professor of Human Biology, are serving as co-instructors of this month’s summer science institute on campus. Dornbush is leading students — elementary school teachers from throughout Wisconsin — through presentations and activities related to plants. Nelson is demonstrating how these teachers can incorporate human body systems concepts into the elementary school science curriculum. We’ll have photos and more next week. Haven’t heard about this UW-Green Bay/Einstein Partnership to promote science education? Visit our previous post.
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9 Jan, 2020