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Science: Corn in the Classroom...A Texas Corn Producers Curriculum
Now Online! Workshop presented by Leigha Pate and Hannah Dast, Texas Corn Producers Curriculum Developers

Corn in the Classroom is a K-5 curriculum that uses agricultural concepts to teach science. So many students are unaware of where their food and fiber come from, so these lessons will help to fill in that gap, while still teaching your science content. These lessons have been pilot tested by Texas teachers in their own classrooms and align to science TEKS.

You will receive this curriculum for free upon completion of the workshop! Many of the resources for these lessons will also be provided to you free of charge!


Important Session Information:

This is a three hour online workshop that will take place via Zoom.  In an effort to keep the link to the meeting more private, the link to the meeting will be emailed to you once you complete registration for this course.  I will also send the link to registrants the day before the meeting.   

If you do not receive a confirmation email, please make sure:

1.  that you completed the registration process (even through the "check out" section).  There is no cost for this session but you must complete the checkout completely.

2.  your email is updated in your profile to the correct email.

If you have checked 1 and 2 above, please contact Tammy Motley via email at

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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(3) CPE
Seats Available:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Tammy Motley
Tammy Motley
Teacher (K-3), Teacher (4-5)
Date Time Location
6/15/2020 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Other


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