|Date||School/District||Instructor(s)||# of Kids||Grade(s)|
|Feb. 17||La Presa Elementary||Angela Rosendrans||60||4th|
|Feb. 24||Language Academy||Paula Perez||60||4th|
|March 3||Language Academy||Paula Perez||60||4th|
|March 17||La Jolla Elementary||Deborah Balmat||87||4th|
|April 7||Mt. Everest Academy||Patrica Chu Klap||40+||multiple|
|April 15||Explore SDSU – campus event|
|April 21||Imperial Beach Charter||LeAnne Fernandez||75||2nd + 4th|
Show Me Geology is a K-12 science outreach program initiated by undergraduate students in the Department of Geological Sciences in 1993. The program now reaches ~1,000 students each year plus dozens of in-service and pre-service teachers. An infusion of NSF funding allowed the program to evolve into a partnership between Geological Sciences and the SDSU Liberal Studies pre-service teacher education program, which the Department of Geological Sciences supports via our Geol 104 and Geol 412 course offerings. Earth Sciences play a prominent role in the K-12 Next Generation Science Standards adopted by California in 2013, and much work needs to be done to ensure adequate implementation.
2017-2018 Schedule is now open!
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