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Southeast Region 5-Day Institute for Grades 6-12 Educators

 

Region: Southeast
Level: Grade 6 - 8, Grade 9 - 12
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Description: Science, Technology, and a Changing Environment: Measuring Change to Predict the Future

Southeastern Massachusetts is home to a variety of habitats that support a wealth of plants and animals, all of which respond to our changing climate in interesting and measurable ways. Join engineers, scientists, and naturalists this summer and discover how new technologies with diverse sensory capabilities can transform data collection and data visualization and empower us to understand their impacts more fully as we model these changes and predict how they may affect our quality of life, from our homes to our parks to our workplaces. Find new ways to engage your students with the Science and Engineering Practices, including using mathematics, analyzing and interpreting data and engaging in argument from evidence, and develop standards-driven, inquiry-based investigations that will allow you to incorporate your learning into your students’ classroom experience.

Partners & Collaborators: Mass Audubon’s Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary; Sensata Technologies; Manomet, Inc.

Learn more and register online: https://www.wadeinstitutema.org/spdi-k12/

Topics: Animals, Botany, Climate Change, Education, Educational Methods, Engineering, Environmental Sustainability , Pedagogy, Plants, Science and Engineering Practices, Technology

Aligned to content standards (if any):

Additional information (if any): PDPs and Graduate Credit: 40 PDPs; graduate credit is available for an additional fee

Dates: June 24-26 and June 29-30, 2020

Fee Information: Cost: $450/participant. Discounts available for teacher teams and early bird registrations.