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Community Keynotes: Managing Stress: How Mindfulness Training in Our Schools Can Benefit Students, Educators, and Parents
November 6, 2014 • Audience: Educators & Parents

Congressman Tim Ryan (Ohio) and Tara Brach, Ph.D., discuss how practicing mindfulness can help improve a student’s ability to respond to events and circumstances with clarity and balance.

Science How? Volcano Geochemistry: Windows to Earth's Interior with Elizabeth Cottrell
November 13, 2014 • Audience: Students in Grades 6-8

Geologist Elizabeth Cottrell explains how volcanoes form, how they work, and what comes out of them. 

Meet the Author: Carla Killough McClafferty
November 18, 2014 • Audience: Students in Grades 7-12

Author McClafferty’s book Fourth Down and Inches: Concussions and Football’s Make-or-Break Moment is a must-read for young athletes, coaches, and parents.

Science How? Exploring the Unexplored: Deep Reef Biodiversity with Carole Baldwin
December 2, 2014 • Audience: Students in Grades 6-8

Meet marine biologist Carole Baldwin and learn how she studies fish diversity on coral reefs.

Science How? Measuring Biodiversity: Life in One Cubic Foot with Chris Meyer
December 9, 2014 • Audience: Students in Grades 6-8

Dive into the diverse world of coral reefs with marine biologist Chris Meyer.

Community Keynotes, Meet the Author, and Science How? continues in 2015!

• Community Keynotes: 21st Century Teaching and Learning
• Meet the Author: Peter Baker

Science How? Paleobotany: Climate Change Past and Present with Scott Wing is available at Smithsonian Science How webcast archives.



The Fairfax Network works with curriculum specialists and partner organizations year-round in a continuing search for new topics to support teachers and students. We will post information about future programs as soon as it is available.

As always, we stay on the lookout for children’s authors traveling through our area so that we can bring you even more of the award-winning Meet the Author series as opportunities arise.