Have you wanted to teach your students about intelligent design (ID), but don’t know where to start? Do you already incorporate intelligent design into your curriculum, but would relish a chance to meet the scientists at the forefront of the theory in person? Have you been looking for interactive ways to interest your students in intelligent design?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we invite you and your students to Intelligent Design Education Day, hosted by Discovery Institute on Wednesday, March 15. This is a special opportunity for private school teachers and home educators to bring students on a day-long field trip event to learn more about intelligent design and interact with leading scientists and scholars in the ID movement. At the end of each session, students will be given a chance to ask questions of the speakers.
This year’s lecture topics will include:
- A broad overview of intelligent design;
- Themes from the new book, Undeniable: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition that Life is Designed, presented by the book’s author, molecular biologist Douglas Axe;
- Arguments for why the human eye cannot be explained by Darwinism, presented by molecular and cell biologist Jonathan Wells, author of Icons of Evolution and the forthcoming Zombie Science;
- Scientific reasons why humans are exceptional and unique from animals, presented by developmental biologist Ann Gauger, co-author of Science & Human Origins.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 15, 2017, [Updated] 9:45 am-2:15 pm (Doors open at 9:00 am)
Queen Anne Room, Upper Gwinn Commons
Seattle Pacific University
3307 3rd Ave. W, Seattle, WA 98119
COST: The event is FREE. Lunch is available for pre-purchase for $12.
Note about lunch: Due to the fact that lunch numbers had to be submitted to the venue in advance of the event, we are no longer able to offer lunch tickets at this time. You are encouraged to bring a sack lunch. Please note that outside food is not allowed in the lecture room nor in the school cafeteria, so you will have to eat outside (weather permitting) or in a limited seating area in another campus building nearby.
This event is recommended for high school students (9th grade and above). For questions, contact Janine Solfelt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 292-0401 x108.