Glaze invited to serve as evolution education expert at workshop at UF
Amanda Glaze, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, served as the evolution education expert at the recent Human Evolution Summer Teacher Workshop in July. Hosted by the Human Evolution Teaching Materials Project (HETMP), the three-day workshop provided resources for middle and and high school educators to facilitate the inclusion of human evolution into existing science curricula. The project, funded by the Society for the Study of Evolution, was designed to help teachers generate 3-D models of hominin fossil crania and provide accompanying lesson plants, increasing access to hands-on learning materials.
The workshop was hosted at the University of Florida, July 15-17.
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