Earth Partnership Indigenous Arts and Sciences Summer 2020 institutes will be delivered as online courses. Registration and Information Content will include: Interactive sessions with tribal educators, Elders, natural resource professionals, and Earth Partnership facilitators Instructions for outdoor learning activities that can be done individually, anywhere Group discussion and follow-up support for project implementation and
This summer WSST will have two opportunities for "Science on Tap" hosted by members of Wisconsin's Green Fire. Join us through zoom The first session will be "Nitrate in Wisconsin, Your County, and Your Home" by Jimmy VandenBrook on July 16th at 7pm. The focus of the evening will be understanding nitrate in the environment, its health effects, why it is the most widespread contaminant of drinking water in Wisconsin, and management options. Ideas for how to use this in the
Teacher grants: three $1,000 grants for K-12 teachers in order to promote the use of technology and online tools in the classroom. We appreciate all that our teachers do, especially in these trying times. To apply, instructors need to submit a unique lesson plan explaining how they would use technology to teach social responsibility to their students.
More information about this opportunity can be found here:
Due to COVID-19 related measures, all 2020 face-to-face Modeling Instruction Workshops have been cancelled. Many workshop hosts have been working diligently with their leaders and AMTA to offer alternatives for the workshops. Introduction to Modeling Instruction in the different disciplines are offered virtually instead. Please visit the AMTA website to search for offerings in the content areas: Mechanics, E&M, Waves, Chemistry I & II, Biology and Middle School. Chemistry cou
Watch WSST pre-recorded webinar by Gary Abud from Detroit Public Television: STEM learning with Public Television for project-based learning, remote learning, and citizen science to help students explore the Great Lakes and engage with environmental science problems around the world. This webinar focused on, and included learning resources from, the documentary film Inventing Tomorrow and the monthly television show Great Lakes Now. Here is a link to the educational materials