Teachers Make Human Bar Graph
Each summer close to 100 educators come to Keystone Science School for Key Issues Institute - a five-day professional development workshop. During the training educators work their way through a complex environmental issue using hands-on experiments, testing out critical thinking exercises, and using tools and strategies for making tough analytical decisions. Teachers then take these lessons, strategies, and new skills home, along with new lab kits to help them conduct their own investigations with their students both in and out of the classroom.
In the photo above teachers are forming a human bar graph using survey data that they collected from each other.
Learn more about this and other awesome activities by reading the full blog entry from Brittany, one of our teachers participating this week.