Advancing Science provides teacher training to science and mathematics teachers in New Hampshire, and offers an instrument loan program for teaching molecular biology, spectroscopy, molecular modeling, and chromatography.
In this active and interactive presentation, educators will gain practical strategies and skills for implementing choice effectively with students. They will see examples of choice in action, and they will experience meaningful choices themselves. All participants will receive a robust set of resources to help guide their ongoing implementation after the event is finished.
In addition, participants will receive a copy of Mike Anderson's book, Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn, selected as the April 2016 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) member book.
Sponsored by UNH Professional Development and Training
Funded by the National Science Foundation's RISE program, RETE is an intensive summer research experience for middle- and high-school teachers, pre-service teachers, and community college teachers with a particular focus on STEM learning.
Please visit this site to see the wide array of STEM Professional Development workshops offered from various UNH STEM partners: STEM Teachers' Collaborative, UNH Cooperative Extension, UNH Professional Development & Training, and many more.