FSEC - Helping bring forensic science to the classroom.
In December 2000, the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) was released comparing U.S. students with those of 41 other nations. At the end of 12th grade, our students ranked among the very lowest in math and science of the 42 countries. Keenly aware of the deficiencies, middle- and high school science teachers are seeking appropriate methods to improve science competence in students.
With today's explosion of television programs and media coverage of the latest advancements in the forensic sciences, students have become fascinated with anything relating to the work of the forensic scientist. Wishing to foster a stronger interest in science learning among our nation's young people, the American Academy of Forensic Sciences now co-sponsors Forensic Science Educational Conferences (FSEC).
I wanted to thank you and the rest of the folks at Hamline for hosting such a fantastic conference. It exceeded all my expectations and I felt it was one of the most worthwhile things I have attended in my 10 years of teaching. You all were very organized, had great guest speakers, and put together some really useful resources and activities.- FSEC Teacher Attendee
To host a future conference or for additional information, contact:
Nancy Jackson | Accreditation & Outreach Coordinator
- Phone: (719) 636-1100
- Fax: (719) 636-1993
The AAFS would like to take the time to thank all of our generous sponsors who support the Forensic Science Educational Conferences.
Their generous contributions make it possible to bring forensics to the classroom!