About the Program
Sponsored by New York University and the Jhumki Basu Foundation, this middle and high school student science fair and keynote event, gathering students and teachers from more than 50 New York City public schools, as well as researchers, policy makers, leading educational, governmental, non-profit and corporate organizations, provides an opportunity to share innovative teaching methods for underserved schools.
|12:00pm - 2:00pm||Teacher Workshops|
|2:00pm - 4:00pm||Sci-Ed Innovators Expo|
|4:00pm - 5:00pm||Celebration and Book Launch|
Teachers will choose from two PD-applied sessions. Options include:
- English Language Learning with Dr. Okhee Lee, NYU Steinhardt Department of Teaching and Learning
- STEME Education with Sci Ed Fellows, Jhumki Basu Foundation
- Service Learning with Roots and Shoots
- Renewable energy, sustainable design, and ecology education with Solar 1
Sci Ed Innovators Expo
Students and teachers from more than 50 New York City public schools share innovative teaching methods for underserved schools.
Celebration and Book Launch
Join fellow science education enthusiasts for demonstrations and to celebrate the release of "Mission to Teach: The Life and Legacy of a Revolutionary Educator," with author Dipak Basu.
This year, we're excited to share students' work with our online community. Join the conversation before, during, and after the expo by following @NYUSteinhardt and tweeting with the hashtag #SciEd13.