Please join us for the Northern California...
September 6, 2001
5 to 9 pm
NEW LOCATION: Asian Art Museum
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
The FREE event includes:
- Previews of a new ground-breaking public television series produced
by WGBH television entitled Evolution
airing September 24-27
- A look at resources available for the teaching of evolution
- A town meeting to discuss:
Why teach evolution?
Why is evolution considered controversial?
How does this affect the classroom?
- An informal reception
- The opportunity to take home some terrific prizes!
Program Details (stay tuned for more):
|5:30 - 6:15 p.m.
||A sneak preview of the upcoming WGBH series,
A short panel presentation followed by a town meeting
to discuss the importance of teaching evolution and the challenges
we may face in the classroom.
- Eugenie Scott, Executive Director, National Center
for Science Education
- Al Janulaw, Past President of the California Science
Teachers Association and teacher of 32 years
- Carmelo Sgarlato, Curriculum Supervisor, San Francisco
Unified School District
- Carol Tang, Senior Science Educator, California Academy of Sciences
- Peter M. J. Hess, Ph.D., Associate Program Director,
Science and Religion Course Program, Center for Theology and
the Natural Sciences, Berkeley
To register for the FREE event and become eligible for the terrific
prizes, visit www.cascience.org/understandscience/
Directions and Information:
For more information, contact:
Judy Scotchmoor, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Carol Tang, email@example.com,
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