Interface: Faith & Science Roundtable
Thursday, December 7, 7:00 PM - Thursday, December 7, 8:00 PM
Teaching Science in High School and College
The relevance of science is often being given a ‘backseat’ in the modern science educational classroom. Students are being taught the basic fundamentals (mathematics and technical definitions), but are struggling to see the connection to science in real world applications. Join us and our panel of science teachers, from Central High School (Phoenix) and Grand Canyon University, as we discuss the type of role that religion and hot topics, such as evolution or global warming, currently have in diverse classrooms of students.
The Faith and Science Roundtable meets on the “First Thursday” of each month to discuss issues at the interface between faith and science in a respectful environment where it is ok to be a novice, an expert or somewhere in between. All who are interested in the conversation, including youth, are welcome to attend.