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MineralsEd, in partnership with the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME), will host a professional development program for teachers on Tuesday, January 23, 2018. This event is sponsored by Teck.
AME Roundup is a gathering of thousands of people who work in some capacity in mineral development, from exploration to reclamation. It is unique event that provides MineralsEd an opportunity to organize a professional development program for teachers on topics related the the many aspects of mineral development.
Our Teachers’ Day theme in 2018 returns to a topic in Earth Science: 4 Billion Years of Change: Earth Through Geologic Time. MineralsEd partner-teacher Kerry Lockwood, is pleased to team up with Dr. Stuart Sutherland, and other faculty from UBC Earth and Ocean Sciences department to present a program with teaching presentations and accompanying demonstrations targeting the content from the curriculum competencies on:
- Fossil records & geological dating
- Measuring geological time
- Major geological events of local significance
- Drifting continents and the history of BC
During the final part of the afternoon, teachers will be provided a pass that will allow them to enter and explore the large AME Roundup trade show on their own (1:30-4:00).
This is a fantastic learning opportunity that is highlighting the Earth Science curricular content for classroom teachers in Grade 7 to12. Don't miss it!
See our Teachers' Day 2017 photo gallery.
Register for Teachers’ Day using the form below. Those who are not able to attend on January 23rd are welcome to attend Roundup on another day. You are also required to register via MineralsEd (below).
Limited TTOC support is available from MineralsEd for teachers to attend this Teachers' Day program. TTOC coverage is not available for other days of the conference. Priority will be for teachers who specifically address Earth Science content and for those who have not attended Roundup in previous years.