Minisymposium 2008 on K-16 Collaborations
Science and Humanities Education: Learning From Each Other?
Bryn Mawr Haverford K-16 Collaborations in Science and Mathematics Education 
With support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute 
Friday, 25 July 2008
8:30 am to 1 pm
Bryn Mawr College
Science Building Room 100 
Click here  for detailed session outline and outcome, and for an on-line forum to which all interested are invited to contribute.
Inquiry in Science and the Humanities, In the Interests of Both?
One of a series of half day conversation among K12 and college/university educators about how to work together to assure better education for all students at all educational levels, with particular reference to science and mathematics.
THIS YEAR'S QUESTIONS:
Open to all interested K-12 teachers, college faculty, students. Coffee and lunch provided. For further information contact Paul Grobstein at Bryn Mawr College
To bring together K-12 and college/university educators to discuss ways that they can better work together to create optimal learning environments for all students at all levels of the the educational system, with particular reference to assuring effective education with science and mathematics.
Given their professional experiences, together with their experiences both as undergraduates and as students in education and other graduate programs, K-12 educators have a particularly advantageous perspective from which to make suggestions about how to improve both K-12 and college/university education. At the same time, college/university/graduate faculty have distinctive perspectives and resources that can be beneficial to K-12 educators. What is needed is greater conversation between the two groups, predicated on the presumption that such exchange is very much in the best interests of both, as well as of more effective experiences at all levels of the educational system.
For earlier conversations in this series see
Additional relevant materials on Serendip
- K12 summer institute program 
- Science as Story Telling in Action 
- On-line discussion of "Education: Between Two Cultures "