Science is central to how we understand and make sense of the world around us. Could it be that the best way to teach science might be to turn that idea on its head? The natural world is central to how we understand and make sense of science. Across California, where schools are implementing new […]
Author: Amity Sandage
Amity is the CREEC Region 5 coordinator, where she connects teachers with the resources they need to bring environmental education into their classrooms. She maintains a searchable database of local resource providers, highlights upcoming professional development workshops, publishes a regional newsletter, and informs resource providers and teachers of current trends and needs in environmental education. She previously managed the science and early childhood education initiatives as well as all interpretive staff programs at the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose, and served as the Director of the Museum's award-winning BioSITE (Students Investigating Their Environment) Program.