*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 SciREN Triangle Networking Event will be held virtually. Stay tuned for more details.*
What is it?
The free SciREN Triangle networking event provides a networking opportunity for educators and researchers. At SciREN events, researchers share K-12 classroom-ready lesson plans that are based on their current research and adhere to state and national educational standards. The SciREN Triangle networking event is held at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, NC. Additionally, SciREN gives scientists and educators opportunities to arrange classroom visits and to collaborate on curriculum development.
Our lesson plan repository can be found here!
Who can come?
Educators: All interested teachers and educators looking to make connections with local researchers are welcome to attend!
Researchers: Students, faculty, and other researchers at all career stages that are excited about sharing their research with educators are welcome! All researcher participants are expected to develop workable lesson plans which can be posted online and made available to educators for them to use in their classrooms. Researchers are also invited to participate in a Lesson Plan Workshop to help them develop effective and relevant lesson plans. For additional questions, please see our Researcher Information page.
Researchers: Present your lesson plan and activity to educators in person!
Educators: Make connections with local researchers and walk away with new lessons to try out in your classroom!
Everyone: Meet and network with tons of outreach-loving researchers and science-loving educators from across the state!
SciREN Triangle will be held as a live virtual networking event. Stay tuned for more information.