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Linda Mccall demonstrates the use of a groundwater model to educators at CAST
Bureau staffers Linda Ruiz McCall and Scott Rodgers reached more than 150 Texas science teachers from throughout the state in professional development workshops at the Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching (CAST) held November 20 – 22 in Dallas. Linda joined Mindy Conyers of the Texas Water Development Board in presenting a short course and two workshops on “Human Impact on Surface Water and Groundwater Resources.” Linda was also the keynote speaker for the 30th annual Texas Earth Science Teachers Association (TESTA) dinner during the conference. In support of TESTA’s Sharathon, the Bureau donated 60 Earth Science Week toolkits and Bureau map sets directly to earth science teachers. Linda and Scott also distributed hundreds of Bureau maps and information sheets to conference attendees, all of whom showed great interest in obtaining earth science resources for their students.
Mindy Conyers of the Texas Water Development Board co-presents a workshop on “Human Impact on Surface Water and Groundwater Resources.”
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