Saturday Science Workshops 2022-2023
Location: This year our workshops will include both in person and zoom session.
Confirm your registration at the links below. You will receive an invitation via email one week before the workshop.
All workshops will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 noon.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact SFSI (Susan McIntosh) at:
In Person at Randall Davey Audubon Center
“Native Pollinators of New Mexico” https://forms.gle/uUFNzT2rSj3SFEUL7 Gr K-6
Read the Native Pollinators Flyer >
Explore samples of insects, especially pollinators, and the plants that they visit. Investigate the pollination process through observation and documentation, modeling, and hands-on exploration.
Instructor: Olivia Messinger-Carril – Educator / SFSI Consultant
“A Close Look at Seeds” https://forms.gle/jiCuMi31YCMHWXkt5 Gr K-6
Explore what is going on inside that unassuming little seed! Learning science through nature can be as simple as walking out your back door. Lots of ideas to build students’ understanding of the processes of seed germination & dispersal.
Instructor: Mollie Parsons – Educator, Cerise Consulting
“Schoolyard Birding” https://forms.gle/nHcWeMPgWrzAoXSLA Gr K-6
Learn about some of the common bird species found in Santa Fe, how to identify and observe birds at home and at school and collect and use observational data in your classroom.
Instructor: Katie Weeks – Director of Education, Audubon Southwest
“Project Wet – Building a Water Sustainable Future” https://forms.gle/54Bpqdh4CQqcsb9E6 Gr 3-6
Project Wet provides action and science-oriented water education using diverse water topics to enable educators to teach children through objective, experiential activities that support a water sustainable future.
Instructor: Julie Hasty – Director of Education, Santa Fe Watershed Association
“Science Literacy – Life Science Phenomenon through Visualization and Writing” Gr K-8
Enhance students’ understanding of science concepts and phenomenon through the development of observation, descriptive language and visualization.
Instructor: Diane Garber- Educator and ELA Consultant
April – TBA