Sea State Lecture Series

Tuesday, August 6, 2013 by GMRI

Join us for this free public lecture series!

Fall/Winter 2013 Re-imagining Education for the 21st Century
Sea State 8.1


Sponsored by:

Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust

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GMRI's science education programs have gained national recognition for their ability to develop skills necessary for success in our rapidly changing world. Join us to hear stories from the front lines of efforts to reimagine education for the 21st century.

Seating is limited, please call forreservations!

Contact Christina Traister at
(207) 228-1622 or ctraister@gmri.org

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Lecture time:
7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Doors open:
6:30 p.m.

All lectures are held in the Sam L. Cohen Center for Interactive Learning. Free parking is available in the adjacent GMRI lot.


Gulf of Maine Research Institute
350 Commercial Street
Portland, Maine 04101

Aug 8 What Does it Mean to Learn Science in the 21st Century?
Tom Keller, Co-Director, Reach Center, Maine Mathematics and
Science Alliance - Sue Allen, Director, Allen & Associates: STEM
Education Research & Evaluation
Sept 12 Neurological Implications for How Kids Learn
Christopher Kaufman, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Kaufman
Psychological Services, P.C.
Oct 10 How Charter Schools Work (and Sometimes Don't)
Glenn Cummings, President & Executive Director,
Maine Academy of Natural Sciences
Nov 14 Creating Appropriate Learning Opportunities for Every Maine Child
Steve Bowen, Commissioner, Maine Department of Education
Dec 5 Building Interest, Understanding, and Connections
GMRI Chief Innovation Of?cer Alan Lishness and GMRI Education Staff


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