It’s time to register for Chem Ed 2011 at www.chemed2011.com !
Chem Ed is a wonderful conference designed especially with high school chem. teachers in mind. It is held biennially, in the odd-numbered years and is run entirely by volunteers, who do their best to see that presentations are timely, inspiring and informative.
Over the weekend of June 17-19 instructors from the Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall, WA will be here to run a Coyote Mentoring Workshop.
This workshop runs for $275 when they put it on in WA, but with the help of a grant from the Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB)
we're able to run it for $150 which includes tuition, lodging, and food! Thank you WEEB.
So what is Coyote Mentoring?
The Michigan Basin Geological Society is offering a geological field trip to you and your members to partake in. The excursion is planned for September 16th to 18th, 2011 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
2011 Marquette Field Trip
Field Trip Summary
TechAdventure Kids Camp is a brand-new science camp that will be held July 27, 28 and 29, 2011 at the Oshkosh Community Y – 20th Avenue location. This program is a partnership between the Oshkosh Community Y and Wave Robotics (FIRST Team #2826). It is being promoted by EAA and is designed for both local students and students who are attending EAA with their families.
Join outstanding educators from throughout the Great Lakes region to discover the fundamental science and engineering of cell phones and wireless communications.
"Evolution Goes to the Movies" this summer with a workshop for middle and high school teachers (both in-service and pre-service) offered by the University of Wisconsin J.F. Crow Institute for the Study of Evolution and the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center. Come hear about recent research in evolutionary biology, pick up new teaching resources, and join the growing community of educators working with the Crow Institute and NESCent. The workshop will be held at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus, August 8-12.
Re:Budget reponse letter from WSST to Governor, Senators, Assembly representatives.
The Science center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meteorology (the STORM Project) at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) will sponsor a short course entitled Studies in Air Quality for Science Educators in Summer 2011. This intensive, one-week course is designed specifically for middle school and high school science teachers. The course will be offered July 10-15 (Sunday through Friday).
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