The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) at UW-Madison is pleased to announce the 2012 Bioenergy Institute for Educators (August 13-18). The Summer Institute offers teams of educators the opportunity to explore core areas of GLBRC research, get hands-on experience with our education materials, and delve into the development of inquiry-based classroom activities.
Michigan Sea Grant hosting a workshop on using Great Lakes data in the classroom in Madison, WI on April 19th. $200 stipend support for teachers is provided. Contact
Michigan Sea Grant
A formative assessment of Common Core State Standards in reading, which includes literature as well as nonfiction texts in science is being designed. We appear to have sufficient numbers of English-Language Arts teachers willing to review our materials, but many fewer feel comfortable in reviewing materials in science.
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) is pleased to announce the Research Experience for Teachers (RET) program for the summer of 2012 (July 9-August 18). The RET program offers educators a chance to participate in mentored research in a GLBRC lab and concurrently develop educational materials related to their research.
WSST 2012 March News
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Science Futures 2012
Seeking twenty-four K-12 teachers of science with 1+ years of classroom experience who want to improve their own professional development and leadership potential in science education.
Wisconsin Science Congress is a forum for high school students from around the state to present their independent research projects to their peers. It is Wednesday, May 23rd at Marian University. Visit the website at http://cw.marianuniversity.edu/wsc/ If your students do research projects. This is their chance to show it off to other students from around the state.
We are now accepting new applications: we want to hear from motivated science teachers!
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