North Carolina has some amazing opportunities for educators around the state. Don’t let the chance pass you buy to build your professional network, grow your own learning, and find new ways to make your classroom engaging for your students!
- The NC Museum of Natural Sciences has some exciting opportunities for educators this summer. See details here.
- The Patterson Science Center has several professional enrichment opportunities for teachers. See details here.
- A one-week summer astronomy workshop for 12 STEM 6-12 grade teachers will be offered UNC-Pembroke June 17-21, with two follow-up sessions during the academic year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
- Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is offering a free workshop for high school teachers, “K-12 Pharmacy Forum – Addiction: What it Does to Your Brain,” July 9-10. One CEU will be provided. Learn more here.
- Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education is seeking speakers for the 13th Annual STEM Education Conference on Sept. 12-13 in Washington, D.C. Learn more here.
- Registration is now open for the N.C. Biotechnology Center’s 2013 Summer Workshops.
- The Creative Classroom is a one-day workshop on Aug. 9, 2013 for high school teachers on using the arts to engage students in academic subject areas: Math, English, Science, Social Studies. Teachers may earn one Continuing Education Unit for completing this workshop.
- Introduction to Arts Integration on June 19-21, 2013 explores this evolving field and focuses on ways to make it useful and usable to teachers and artists working with elementary students.