Science Inquiry Institute for K-5 Teachers
Posted by Riverbend Environmental Education Center on June 30, 2014
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Science Inquiry Institute
Professional Development Opportunity for School District of Philadelphia K-5 Teachers
August 11-15, 2014
Registrations must be received no later than August 5, 2014
**Small Stipend Available
Do you want to do more science in your classroom? Do you want to teach science lessons that are hands-on and inquiry based? Come spend a week engaged in learning how to bring hands-on, inquiry sci-ence into your classroom and out in your school yard! LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
Who should attend?
Kindergarten—5th Grade Teachers in the School District of Philadel-phia
Teachers that are looking to improve their science teaching skills
Teachers that want to learn more about the many science resources that Philadelphia has to offer them and their students
Teachers who want to have a fun week, learning about the world around us and how to make it relevant to their students
What will we do?
Daily visits to science centers in our region, including Riverbend, the Franklin Institute, etc.
Hands-on nature exploration in streams, ponds, forests, meadows and wetlands
Practice science skills that you can take back to your classroom
Want to Attend?
Complete the attached registration form and return to Stacy Carr-Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to the address provided on the form
ACT 48 Credit Available
What is the Science Inquiry Institute?
This week-long professional development is a space for you to learn how you can bring more science inquiry to your school yard and classroom. Inquiry science education is a pedagogical method of using exploration, discovery and investigative questioning to teach science related content.
What will the week look like?
Each day we will focus on a BIG IDEA about inquiry science weaving in the content taught through the CORE Science Modules. We will also be taking field trips to other educational places.
Monday – All about our Senses
Tuesday – Be Curious!
Wednesday – Investigate
Thursday – Collect and Analyze Data
Friday – Communicate the Findings
To secure a space you will be required to submit via mail a deposit of $75.00. Your deposit will be returned to you on the last day of the workshop in full.
Make checks payable to: Riverbend Environmental Education Center
1950 Spring Mill Rd.
Gladwyne, PA 19035
Please contact Stacy Carr-Poole at email@example.com.
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