- The Fairs
- Curious Minds
A Graduate Course from MSSEF’s Curious Minds Initiative (CMI). Complete to earn 2 graduate credits. PCS is part of the STEM Certificate in Inquiry from Framingham State University. August 10-12, 2015, 8:30 am - 2:30 pm in Lowell with an additional 10 hours online.
PCS is a hands-on course that enables science teachers to develop effective project-based units for targeted science concepts, and also provides an introduction to guiding students who work on independent research projects.
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Apply for a travel stipend and/or matching support for a substitute teacher! A special free conference held on Friday during the State Science & Engineering Fair for high school students @ MIT. Highlights include: walking the Exhibition Hall of 300 “Best of the Best” high school student science fair projects in Massachusetts; a seat in the Judge Orientation Program (with ~300 judges from academia and industry); feedback and discussion inquiry and project-based approaches in your teaching practice; and breakfast and lunch!
Registration Fee: $25 Total Tuition & Course Materials: $525 Graduate Credit: 2 graduate credits will be available to earn at additional cost of $200 Please Note: teachers who want to enroll for graduate credit will receive an application from MSSEF, which must be submitted with payment of fees before the course begins. PDPs: Yes, provided at no cost. MSSEF Educator Day: FREE with course registration! More Information: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that registration fees & graduate credit costs are non-refundable.