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U263H·Workshop: How Do You Communicate Your Research to a Non-scientific Public through Hands-on Experiments?Workshop · Sponsored Sessions
Sun. June 10, 2012 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
214A, San Antonio Convention Center
Free ticketed event
Iridescent is a science and engineering education non-profit that helps researchers communicate their research to the public through hands-on experiments and lessons. Over the past five years, Iridescent has trained more than 400 engineers to share their passion and research with more than 9,000 underserved children and their families in Los Angeles, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay area.
Through a three-hour training workshop, you will learn how to distill four to five key ideas from your research, thread them together into a story, and then develop open-ended engineering design problems that explain and build upon those ideas. You will learn and practice some strategies for communicating those ideas to large groups of people without any scientific training.
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