Out-of-school Time Programs Can Register Youth to Meet a Real-Life Scientist

Out-of-school time programs are invited to register their programs so youth in grades K-8 have the opportunity to meet a REAL scientist during live interactive science webinars. Virtual attendees will learn interesting and fun facts on the special science topics, as they meet, chat and ask questions with the guest scientist of the day.

NOTE: Each session is scheduled on a school holiday so we are encouraging camps that are not open to share links and information with families so children can log-in at home.

For questions, please contact Prime Time’s STEAM Professional Development Specialist Patricia Sasson at 561-600-9547 / psasson@primetimepbc.org.

Monday, February 1, 2021
10:00-10:30 a.m.

Meet A Scientist- Bears

Scientist:  Dave Telesco, Bear Management Program Coordinator, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Learn More and Register

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
10:00-10:30 a.m.

Meet a Scientist- Plant Genetics

Scientist:  Adina Grossman, Scientist & Plant Expert, University of Florida’s Department of Agronomy.

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Monday, March 22, 2021
10:00-10:30 a.m.

Meet a Scientist-Archaeology

Scientist:  Sara Ayers-Rigsby, Southwest Region Director for the Florida Public Archaeology Network and Faculty Member, FAU-Department of Anthropology and Graduate assistant within the University of Florida’s Forage Breeding and Genetics Laboratory.

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Through this free program, Scientist in Every School aims to build long-term collaborative relationships between teachers and scientists, better integrate current scientific research and big data into classroom lessons that adhere to Florida Sunshine State Standards and connect a scientist with every school in the state.

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