BioInteractive will be in Boston on April 3–5 for the National Science Teachers Association meeting. Stop by booth #843, join us for HHMI’s Night at the Movies, and participate in hands-on workshops featuring free classroom-ready activities!
Join evolutionary biologist Sean B. Carroll for the premiere of HHMI’s short film Great Transitions on Thursday, April 3 at 6pm in the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Grand Ballroom A/B. Refreshments will be served.
Come to our interactive and hands-on workshops Thursday and Friday in Convention Center Room 107A to learn about and receive new classroom-ready videos, activities, lessons, and more!
|Thursday, April 3|
|8:00–9:30 am||Genotype to Phenotype: Mapping Genes to Traits in Dogs|
|10:00–11:30 am||Fossil and Genetic Evidence of Human Evolution|
|12:00–1:30 pm||Genomic Neuroscience: From Synapse to Autism|
|2:00–3:30 pm||From DNA Structure to the Genomic Era|
|4:00–5:30 pm||Biology on Geologic Timescales|
|Friday, April 4|
|8:00–9:30 am||STEM Resources for Teaching Climate Change: Easy, Engaging, and Free|
|10:00–11:30 am||Math and Statistics in the Biology Classroom|
|12:00–1:30 pm||How and Why Species Multiply: Free Resources for Teaching Speciation|
|2:00–3:30 pm||Meet Your Inner Fish and Other Great Transitions in Evolution|
|4:00–5:30 pm||Using Cancer to Teach Cell Biology|
Click here to download BioInteractive’s complete schedule of events at NSTA in Boston.