The Center for Innovative and Strategic Transformation of Alkane Resources (CISTAR), an NSF Engineering Research Center at Purdue University, is hosting an exciting Research Experience for Teachers (RET) during the summer of 2019.
professional development program
Teachers and students will appreciate the generous Science Week options at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando this February. This is an annual event offering professional development, outreach programs and grant money from the proceeds of the Pittcon convention.
A unique professional development opportunity for STEM teachers from Indiana and Alabama.
Are you entering your first year of teaching? Or did you just finish your first year of teaching? If so, and you live in the United States, consider applying for a fellowship from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF).
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) is pleased to announce the 2016 Bioenergy Institute for Educators to be held June 20-24 at UW-Madison. Bioenergy is an exciting area of research and development and can provide excellent opportunities for engaging students while teaching core concepts in biology, biotechnology, chemistry, environmental science, and agriculture. Join us for an intensive 5-day program to learn about the latest developments in bioenergy research and high-quality, NGSS-aligned materials to use with students.
NEACT is hosting a one day Summer Mini-Conference on Monday, August 10th at Clark University in Worcester, MA. Join us for a full day of exciting lectures, dramatic demonstrations and interesting workshops!
Explore the green chemistry resources provided by Beyond Benign. This is a completely online course. Go at your own pace. Meet other interested virtually and engage in insightful discussions. You will be pleasantly surprised by the available resources that you can explore and fit into your curriculum. Earn professional development credit. Optional graduate credits are available.
Opportunities for teachers to explore topics in Bio Energy, collaborate with other teachers, perform research and develop/write curriculum.
Apply to participate with a group of outstanding educators at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT). During the week-long summer professional development program, teachers are immersed in the unique learning environment at MIT. Participants attend daily sessions on leading-edge research, try out the latest technologies developed at MIT, and collaborate with a community of passionate educators.