Holy Family School Teachers Participates in California Science Education Conference Held in San Jose California

Science teachers always encouraged their classes to ‘go out and discover something’ because all scientific endeavors depend on observation and experimentation. Through such pursuits, anyone can find something new to science. This weekend, Holy Family’s Mrs. Girmus, Mrs. Moeller and Mrs. Smiland are doing just that and attending the California Science Education Conference held in San Jose, California.

The California Science Education Conference¬†(CSEC) is your best source of information on implementing CA NGSS in your classroom. The California Science Teachers Association (CSTA) hosts this conference to focus on what California science educators need to know to hone their craft, stay updated on standards, and apply best practices gleaned from experts throughout the state. Each year more than 2,000 educators who share one’s passion for science participates in this conference and make connections, gain new classroom ideas, and grow professionally. CSEC is the only conference dedicated to meeting the unique needs of California TK-12 Science teachers.

Holy Family School, 1301 Rollin St., South Pasadena, (626) 799-4354 or visit school.holyfamily.org.








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