Experiencing STEM Naturally

Experiencing STEM Naturally

Presented by Don Koller, environmental educator at the Hefner Museum of Natural History, and Julia Robinson, senior project manager and museum educator at the Hefner Museum of Natural History

Hefner Museum's Paul Daniel Classroom, Upham 106
Noon, Tuesday, Oct. 31

Natural history objects intrigue students and stimulate the desire to touch, examine, and question.  Such inquiry can be the most powerful way for students to synergize existing knowledge and learn new principles. Thoughtful direction, facilitated by the instructor, yet driven by the student, leads to productive exploration and application of all STEM and STEAM principles.  Learn how Hefner Museum resources, especially Discovery Trunks, can be used in the classroom to support existing curriculum or as stand-alone units.

Sponsored by Miami University Libraries, Hefner Museum