Teaching scripture and science? Most schools have shied away from teaching the Bible and science together in the same classroom. But, what if teaching the two in conversation with each other revolutionized how both are taught to secondary students?
Explore this question and others with us at our Teaching Scripture and Science Educator Conference July 28–29. Discover the Bible’s role in the historical relationship between science and religion through hands-on learning and informative presentations by education specialists and scholars at this highly collaborative event. In tandem with our exhibition Scripture and Science: Our Universe, Ourselves, Our Place, we will dive into how secondary school educators can meaningfully discuss with their classrooms the six essential questions raised by the exhibition: How did it all begin? What keeps the universe running? How did life begin? What makes me human? What can we accomplish? How will it all end?
This conference is priced at $510, but with the support of grants from John Templeton Foundation, Templeton Religion Trust, and The Blankemeyer Fund Foundation, Museum of the Bible is able to provide this conference to educators for just $100 when you register using the discount code SSEDCON. This is a can't miss opportunity for educators of all backgrounds who work in secondary classrooms, but only 100 tickets are available, so register for yours today.
July 28 — Night at the Museum — 5:30–9:00 p.m.
July 29 — Conference Proceedings — 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
July 30 — Free Admission to Museum for Conference Attendees — 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
We want to see your ideas for teaching scripture and science. We are inviting teachers to create a poster highlighting an activity or approach that engages students with faith and science in the same classroom setting. For more details and to register your submission, use the button below.