The Stones Cry Out… and the Flowers, and the Insects, and the Clouds: Finding the Creator in the Creation with Grammar Students


by
Harlan Gilliam June 28, 2015


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2015

ABSTRACT:

This workshop features an historical overview of the Regents Science and Nature Center and the programs goals and practices. It will cover the methods which have shown the best results including lesson planning and leveraging parent volunteers. There will also be time for questions/answers.


TAGS:

Grammar School Lesson Planning Pedagogy Science Strategies

Harlan Gilliam
As director of the Regents Science and Nature Center for the last 7 years Harlan has worked with classroom teachers in grades K-4 developing a hands-on science curriculum and facilitating opportunities for students to discover God, His kingdom, and themselves through Scripture and the scientific method. This workshop will include an overview of the program and its goals at Regents, a look at the methods which have shown the best results, and a question/answer portion. Harlan grew up in the Big Bend country of far west Texas where he first became fascinated by nature. Married 32 years to Lisa and proud father of Sophie, he continues to pursue his passion for all that is true, good, and beautiful.


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