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Workshop postings are intended to be professional development opportunities for mathematics educators.
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Updated 03/21/2018
 

The Center for the Advancement of Mathematics and Science Education at Black Hills State University is accepting applications for a 2018 summer grant supported math education course.

ED 692 Visible Algebra is a grant supported course. The content of the course is more about middle school level topics and the growth students make before middle school. Teachers of 5th to 8th will have priority acceptance as well as those in the MSCI program at BHSU. This course may be eligible as substitute for a needed math specialization course for those in the MSCI with math specialization program. Contact Deann Kertzman  (Deann.Kertzman@bhsu.edu) for more information.

Location: BHSU Spearfish In person June 11 – 14 with online follow-up
$40 pre credit for a total of $80 for the 2 graduate credits
A $250 stipend is available for completing the course.
Lodging is available for those driving > 70 miles one-way.
Everyone attending will be provided lunches.

Enrollment is limited due to limits on grant funding.
You would be notified by May 1, 2018 if you are accepted into the class.

To apply:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZKJNVSY

Computational Astronomy for Math and Science Teachers 

 

March 23-24, 2018 at Augustana University. 

It is funded by a Space Grant Project Innovation Grant award.  Teachers receive 1 graduate credit (ED-699) free of charge (a $350 value, courtesy of the NASA grant,) as well as lesson plans to use in the classroom. The teachers need to have had basic college algebra and trigonometry. 

This is the last of three workshops funded under this $25,000 NASA grant.  The first two workshops were at SDSM&T, but this one will be at Augustana University, making it much easier for East River teachers to attend!  Dr. Don Teets, one of the workshop professors, will present a talk on the workshop at the SD Science and Math Teachers’ joint conference in Huron on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Registration at: http://www.sdsmt.edu/ComputationalAstronomy/

 

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Thomas V. Durkin, CPG

Deputy Director

South Dakota Space Grant Consortium

SD School of Mines & Technology

501 E. Saint Joseph Street

Rapid City, SD 57701

 

Phone: (605) 394-1975

Fax: (605) 394-3366

Email: Thomas.Durkin@sdsmt.edu

Website: http://sd.spacegrant.org

 

Are you interested in learning more about biotechnology and how to implement it with your students?  The BTC Institute located in Madison, WI has 3-5 day summer courses designed for teachers: Biotechnology: The Basics, Biotechnology: Beyond the Basics and Biotechnology: The Basics for Middle School Teachers.   There are no course fees, stipends and optional graduate education credits are available.  See:   https://www.btci.org/k-12-programs/programs-for-teachers/ for details.   

Thank you, Barbara

Barbara Bielec, M.S. Genetics

BTC Institute K-12 Program Director

5445 East Cheryl Parkway

Madison, WI    53711

barbara.bielec@btci.org

(608) 277-2618

www.btci.org

 
 
 

 

 
 
 

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