WOW! We're overwhelmed by your words of support for Shape of Life. We had teachers from all over the world let us know how they use Shape of Life resources in their classrooms.
While everyone is a winner in our book, we had to limit the ‘Winners’ of our popular Ray Troll Tree of Life poster to twenty five. Fear not, we’ll definitely hold another contest soon.
In the meantime…
We Wish A Hearty Congratulations to our 2019 Shape of Life Poster Contest Winners!
A special THANK YOU to Erin Rempala, Professor of Biological Sciences, Chair Life Sciences Department at San Diego City College for helping to make this happen!
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THAT WAS FUN!
We really enjoyed catching up with you all aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach!
See you next summer!
Please join us! We love meeting science educators.
MARCH 4, 2017
Monterey Bay Science & Math Projects 2017 STEM Winter Conference at University of California Santa Cruz. This annual event is aimed at reaching out to K-12 classrooms teachers, preservice teachers, math and science leads and administrators.
MARCH 25, 2017
The California Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education presents the 2017 Statewide Conference: “The Next Generation," March 24 –26, 2017 at Camp Jones Gulch in La Honda, CA.
MARCH 30 – APRIL 2, 2017
Every year we have the pleasure of meeting with science teachers from all over the country at this extraordinary conference. For the past 3 years we’ve had the added pleasure of presenting at correlated MEET ME IN THE MIDDLE where hundreds of middle school science teachers share support and information at a very fun gathering.
It was great meeting you in Palm Springs at the California Science Teachers Association conference. Thanks for sharing how you use Shape of Life in your classroom.