Skip to main page content

Expert/Educator: A simple experiment can prove me wrong

My Session Status

11:45 AM, Thursday 7 Feb 2019 (45 minutes)
Grades 6-12

Can scientific knowledge change? Or is it just our approach to science that changes? When students begin to learn about STEM subjects in school, the traditional science teaching methods can give the students the impression that everything is already known, or that no discoveries remain.

In this session, we will cover examples of where accepted beliefs have changed as we have explored the world around us. We will also explore a unique mindset of teaching STEM subjects that encourages students and teachers alike to consider their classroom a living, breathing laboratory of critical thinking that truly mirrors the evolving nature of knowledge.

Tim Hall


Kate Newmyer


My Session Status

Send Feedback

Session detail
Allows attendees to send short textual feedback to the organizer for a session. This is only sent to the organizer and not the speakers.
To respect data privacy rules, this option only displays profiles of attendees who have chosen to share their profile information publicly.

Changes here will affect all session detail pages