A one week Summer Institute for Middle and High School Educators. Join us to learn how climate science falls within the revised 2016 STE Standards, and how you can implement these standards, including the Science and Engineering practices, in your own classroom. Participate in content and skill development sessions taught by professional educators and scientists at each collaborating partner organization. Take home investigations you can use in your classroom and a collection of teaching resources and field trip ideas!
Learn how to use the Science and Engineering Practices in your classroom and how they relate to science inquiry.
Explore STEM resources in your community.
Discover how to adapt your current curriculum to meet the revised MA Science and Technology/Engineering Standards.
Become part of a network of teachers from your region and across the state.
Course Dates: July 10-14 (8:30 am -3:30 pm); Half-Day Introductory Session June 10; Half-Day Fall Call-back November 18
Registration Fee: $375/participant; $350/participant for team of 2 or more teachers from the same school district.
PDPs and Graduate Credit: Framingham State University (3 credits, 67.5 PDPs, $225); 40 PDPs available without graduate credit.