March 14 - 25, 2017

Educator Toolkit

The Atlanta Science Festival's K-12 events, competitions, and resources create opportunities to engage students and teachers in celebrating local science and technology. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed. Then help your school, after-school program, PTA group, youth group, etc. learn more about the Atlanta Science Festival by sharing our flyer (below) or this link to our K-12 eblast: http://eepurl.com/cl2dAr

 

 

EVENTS!

Our online listing of 100 events
can be filtered by audience.
For example, the Zombie Outbreak Game event
is a fun way to learn about infectious disease!
And you can type "field trip"
into the search box to pull some great
field trip opportunities.

 

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Really, the whole Festival is an
opportunity for professional learning,
but here are some workshops
designed specifically for educators, including:
Genes in Space, NASA's Solar Eclipse 2017,
and STEM Leadership Institute.

 

sciku

Express your love of science
in our science haiku contest

 

webchallenge
2017 Middle School WEBChallenge 
competition

 

 
 “Light Matters” Science Photography Competition 
Any age can submit using any microscope or phone camera.
Winners will receive prizes and their image will be displayed 
at the High Museum of Art. Deadline: March 5, 5pm.

 

ISS
Genes in Space
Join the March 24 Educator Workshop to solve a
food contamination crisis at the International Space Station
using PCR and electrophoresis, and to learn about the
Genes in Space science competition where students
design authentic DNA research proposals for space.

 

 
 Classroom Flyer [color or b/w]
Print Your Own Bookmark [color]
Print and post in your classroom
and halls, or email it to students,
parents, and colleagues
.

 

newsletter
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ITF
Classroom Visits by 
STEM Professionals

REGISTRATION CLOSED

 

bus
Request a bus voucher
to bring your students to the Expo

REGISTRATION CLOSED.
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to be notified for next year.

 

WEB RESOURCES

  • Connect to STEM careers in Georgia:
    • Explore Georgia STEM industries and the unanswered questions in science and engineering in ASF's collection of web resources.
    • See how STEM is a part of all kinds of exciting careers in Georgia in GPB's Fast Forward web series.
  • Get some great classroom lessons from our partners and sponsors: