STEM programs for teachers are intensive summer institutes and school-embedded teacher professional learning to:
Interactive workshop for Elementary Educators on one of the Boston Museum of Science's Engineering is Elementary units.
Membranes are thin layers that let helpful substances pass through and keep harmful substances out. In this unit, students learn to think like bioengineers as they design a model membrane to mimic the properties of real membranes in live organisms. The storybook Juan Daniel’s Futbol Frog sets the scene, as students read about a boy who engineers a membrane to keep a frog alive. Students learn how membranes function and apply their knowledge of the basic needs of living organisms to the engineering design challenge: designing a frog habitat with a model membrane that delivers just the right amount of water.
9:00am - 4:00pm
88 Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101
$150, scholarships available
As the Code.org regional partner, we are pleased to offer Code.org Computer Science Fundamentals workshops at no cost to NH educators.
February 25, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
White Mountain Science, Inc.
23 Ammonoosuc Street, Littleton, NH 03561
March 16, 2019
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
North Country Education Services
300 Gorham Hill Road, Gorham, NH 03581
March 23, 2019
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
UNH Manchester STEM Discovery Lab, Room 325
88 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101
Code.org Computer Science Fundamentals courses have about 15 lessons that may be implemented as one unit or over the course of a semester. Students create computer programs that will help them learn to collaborate with others, develop problem-solving skills, and persist through difficult tasks. They will study programming concepts, computational thinking, digital citizenship, and develop interactive games or stories they can share.
The University of New Hampshire is a Code.org regional partner and we are looking for teachers! Read the announcement
Applications are now open to become a part of the first New Hampshire teacher cohorts of the CS Discoveries (grades 6-10) and CS Principles (grades 9-12) programs. The 2019 Professional Learning Program for middle and high school teachers begins with a five-day, in-person summer workshop, with four additional one-day follow-up workshops throughout the year. Together with a cohort of teachers from various backgrounds, you’ll enjoy dedicated time to deliver lessons with your colleagues, dive deep into the curriculum and tools, and experiment with inquiry-based approaches to teaching.
Inquiry-based learning is an approach that involves exploring the natural and man-made world around us in a manner that leads to questioning, observing, investigating, testing and discussing with others what results were found.
Participants will learn the fundamentals of inquiry-based instruction and how to integrate NGSS science practices including how to ask investigable questions, planning an investigation and sharing results. They will conduct an inquiry investigation on their own and learn how to “shift” or change existing science activities into authentic inquiry-based activities that integrate NGSS science practices.
UNH STEM Discovery Lab
University of New Hampshire
88 Commercial St
Manchester, NH 03101
$450 for whole series
$125 for one day
Scholarships Available; Contact Sarah Grosvenor
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