Supermarket Science for the Curious
Date: 5:00pm - 8:00pm PST February 28, 2013 Location: Room 108, Graduate Campus
Room 108, Graduate Campus
This workshop offers an evening of science activities and demonstrations using mostly common things that can be purchased in supermarkets, hardware stores, and variety stores. These activities are for school and home, for young and old. Participants need only to bring their curiosity.
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Online registration is closed. You may register onsite for this workshop.
Instructor: Jerry Kuykendall, M.S.
About the Instructor
Jerry Kuykendall, M.S. began his teaching career in a small, rural high school in Idaho. Certified in chemistry and physics, Jerry primarily taught chemistry and organic & biochemistry. But, his love of the earth sciences prompted him to develop and teach courses in geology, oceanography, and meteorology. In addition, he initiated a program in science research that accommodated students who had a wide range of interests, abilities, and learning styles.
As part of Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School faculty, Jerry strives to provide training and experience for our future science teachers that are relevant and practical, while at the same time, serving as a foundation for launching their careers to aspire for the loftiest goals in science education.