UC Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science

Margaret (Peggy) Harte

A former classroom teacher and elementary science specialist with over twenty years of teaching experience, Peggy supports educators by designing and developing curriculum as well as professional learning opportunities focusing on environmental literacy and community science. As the youth education program manager at the Center for Community and Citizen Science at the University of California, Davis School of Education, Peggy co-collaborates in research on how community science projects engage students in deepening their connection to the environment and their engagement with and application of the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards as they develop environmental science agency. She is also currently supporting educators (both formal and non-formal) as part of the Sacramento Area Science Project (SASP). Peggy has co-presented at the Citizen Science Association and the North American Association for Environmental Educators research symposiums. She has also conducted sessions at the California Association of Science Educators summit, the California Expanded Learning summit, as well as professional development at many Sacramento Area Science Project and Science in the River City events.

Pronouns: she, her, hers

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