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Fingerprinting Techniques and Activities for Remote Learning: National Geographic Learning's Virtual Learning Series
Join National Geographic Learning for an exciting webinar enabling you to provide your students with at-home, hands-on activities for Forensic Science that use simple, inexpensive, and easy-to-find materials. Get advice and directions to make and use teaching tools to engage students in the processes of forensic investigations. We will discuss easy ways to collect and analyze fingerprint evidence and tire impressions and show tricks to successfully photograph fingerprints using cell phones.

In this webinar, you will:
• Learn techniques to use hands-on forensic science activities to improve
student understanding and engagement
• Get instructions for making inexpensive tools for use in Forensic Science lessons and curriculum
• Review and receive hand-outs and lesson resources that you can use with students right now, however you are conducting your classes

Nov 19, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anthony “Bud” Bertino and Patricia Nolan Bertino
Teacher Trainers and Forensic Science Program Authors
The Bertino’s are both award-winning high school science teachers, authors, and teacher trainers. They have been and continue to be actively involved in professional development for Forensic Science teachers including conducting in-service trainings and co-presenting workshops and sessions at over 300 national, regional, and state science conferences. Bud Bertino taught high school and community college science for over 40 years and has served as an AP® Biology reader, consultant, and trainer for the College Board. Patti taught high school science for over 34 years and has published articles in NSTA Reports, STANYS Science Bulletin, The Forensic Teacher, and Women in Engineering.