Biodiversity Teach-In

 

Biodiversity Teach-In

Environmental science students from Elgin High School are once again virtually bringing a variety of worldwide experts to the classroom as part of the fourth annual National Biodiversity Teach-In. The Teach-In is a series of 36 free webinars offered on Fridays in February and featuring scientists discussing topics including snow leopards, butterflies, elephants, sharks, soil biodiversity, coral reefs, water conservation, and climate change. The event will also feature six award-winning children’s authors who write about nature, science, and our planet. Since the start of the event in 2016, the Teach-In has registered nearly 100,000 participants from 36 states and 19 other nations. The webinars are free and open to the public. The events will be broadcast on the Teach-In website at: www.nationalbiodiversityteachin.com. Registration is required in advance on the website.