Event Title

Caring for Creation by Preparing the Next Generation Well

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McKenna 117

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Day of Common Learning

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Your understanding of environmental stewardship and of creation was influenced by your K-12 teachers and college professors. The quality of your instructors’ knowledge and their effectiveness in teaching science, technology, engineering, and math impacted your view of the environment and your role in caring for it. There is much that we at SPU can do to prepare the next generation to be good stewards of God’s created work. The National Science Foundation has recognized Washington State for designing an interagency collaboration to support universities in preparing STEM educators, and SPU is one of five universities to be endowed with a multi-year grant to do so. Come and find out how we can support SPU faculty and courses in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as in the School of Education to enrich STEM learning for all current students, especially for future teachers who will shape the next generation.

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Oct 17th, 1:00 PM

Caring for Creation by Preparing the Next Generation Well

McKenna 117

Your understanding of environmental stewardship and of creation was influenced by your K-12 teachers and college professors. The quality of your instructors’ knowledge and their effectiveness in teaching science, technology, engineering, and math impacted your view of the environment and your role in caring for it. There is much that we at SPU can do to prepare the next generation to be good stewards of God’s created work. The National Science Foundation has recognized Washington State for designing an interagency collaboration to support universities in preparing STEM educators, and SPU is one of five universities to be endowed with a multi-year grant to do so. Come and find out how we can support SPU faculty and courses in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as in the School of Education to enrich STEM learning for all current students, especially for future teachers who will shape the next generation.

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