It's Science in the Rockies Professional Development Week in Denver

We are hosting about 150 teachers from the United States and across the world at the Denver West Sheraton Hotel for Science in the Rockies. They are in Denver this week to learn how to squeeze science into their classroom and integrate it into the Common Core curriculum. Steve Spangler and his crew of science educators are making slime, separating colors, inflating Wind Bags, blowing bubbles, glowing in the dark and so much more.

Science in the Rockies - Blowing Bubbles at Profesional Development Training in Denver

Science in the Rockies is unlike any other teacher training seminar you’ve attended. It is intensive hands-on science training that will change the way you teach science (and other subjects) forever.

This year we are sharing and talking a lot about integrating and sneaking science into all types of math, reading and writing common core lessons to create memorable experiences for students. The activities are now also aligned with the Next Generational Standards.

Here is a peek at what we are doing in Denver…

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One thought on “It's Science in the Rockies Professional Development Week in Denver”

  1. This was my first time as a participant and the experience lived up to the Steve spangler reputation for fun! But the experience included the heart felt respect he and his crew have for teachers and the awesome effort they all put into supporting teachers content knowledge with understandable science that will make our students crazy to learn!! Thanks to all!!!

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