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The Center of Science Teaching and Learning Visits Lawrence Primary School

LAWRENCE, NEW YORK (JANUARY 2024)—The Center of Science Teaching and Learning (CSTL) recently visited Lawrence Primary School to deliver engaging and educational lessons on the fascinating diversity of living things. The visit provided students with a unique opportunity to explore the world of reptiles, insects, and mammals while participating in interactive discussions with their peers.

The CSTL is renowned for its commitment to promoting scientific literacy and fostering a love for learning among students of all ages. With a mission to inspire the next generation of scientists and innovators, the organization regularly collaborates with schools to deliver hands-on, inquiry-based lessons that bring science to life.

During the visit to Lawrence Primary School, the CSTL team brought along a captivating collection of animals. Students were able to get up close and personal with these creatures, observing their unique characteristics and learning about the remarkable adaptations that enable them to thrive in various environments.

The interactive discussion sessions facilitated by the CSTL team encouraged students to actively participate and share their knowledge and observations. Through thought-provoking questions and engaging activities, the students were able to deepen their understanding of the diverse range of living things and how they have evolved to survive and thrive in their habitats.

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Photos 1-2: Representative from the Center of Science Teaching and Learning Brandon Ellis visiting Lawrence Primary School students