Real World Science & Mathematics 2013
for Elementary Teachers
Teachers in grades 3-6 throughout NY State (must be elementary certified)
A weeklong series of interactive workshops in life science, earth science, physical science, nature study, literacy and math for elementary teachers in real world applications of science and mathematics concepts. Participants in these workshops will have the opportunity to learn about and explore some of the connections that exist between their classroom instruction and the world beyond the classroom.
WHERE Center for Science and Mathematics Education (CESAME), Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY WHEN
Monday, July 8 (late afternoon) - Friday, July 12 (noon)
Monday, July 15 (late afternoon) - Friday, July 19 (noon)
The program will enhance pedagogical content knowledge in science and mathematics for elementary teachers. Participating teachers will work with members of the Stony Brook faculty and other professionals to explore Real World applications that support content in the NY State Core Curriculum for Elementary Science and the P-12 Common Core Learning Standards for Mathematics. Interactive activities and discussions will address approaches that can be used to incorporate the activities and field experiences into topics taught throughout the year.
Topics will include botany, physical science, earth science, nature study, DNA science, science literacy, math and others.
Teachers will receive a $300 stipend and a certificate for 30 professional development hours upon completion of the program. Travel expenses (up to $275) will be reimbursed for all participants. Room and board will also be provided, but not for residents of Suffolk & Nassau counties.Attendees will be expected to share the materials used in the workshop programs with other elementary teachers at their schools, in their school district, and beyond, through activities such as conducting workshops and presenting at conferences. Attendees are required to remain in contact with CESAME to report these activities.
SCHEDULE Monday 5:00 pm - 8:30 pmTuesday & Thursday: 8:30 am - 4:15 pmWednesday: 8:30 am - 8:30 pmFriday: 9:00 am - noon TO APPLY Deadline for applications: April 12, 2013- extended to April 30
Contact Judy Nimmo at 631-632-9750 or email@example.com
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