Join Us At The Wisconsin Institute For Next Generation Science!
Applications are still being accepted !
Is it time for a recharge? Science teaching can be exhilarating and
rewarding. It can also be tough to help all students develop a deep
understanding of complex science concepts. Wisconsin’s premiere
professional development learning opportunity is coming once again!
Veteran educators might reminisce about the impact that Science World
had on their careers. WSST’s current leaders can speak about the incredible networking and learning that took place at Science Futures. Now you can be a part of the Wisconsin Institute for Next Generation Science (WINGS)!
The WSST professional development committee is planning a transformational experience that will fuel your passion for delivering high quality science learning experiences for your students. It will also serve as a professional retreat, giving you opportunities to reflect on the impact that you are having in the profession and the next moves you can make to lead the future in your own classroom or beyond. Other than a small registration fee, this experience will be fully funded by WSST and other sponsors. With all that you have done for kids, let us do something for you!
5 cohorts of 25 Wisconsin science educators will be selected to participate over the next 5 years. The main objectives are the development of excellence in instructional delivery and the cultivation of leadership in the classroom and beyond. The networking and professional learning will strengthen the community of science educators and elevate the quality of science instruction in the state.
WINGS 2023 is taking place July 16-20, 2023 at the former Conserve School in Land O’Lakes, Wisconsin. Applications are currently open at bit.ly/WINGS2022. More details, including the daily agenda, will be released soon on the WSST website. Take some time for your professional growth and rejuvenation this summer with other WI science educators.