Extended! - Deadline to apply: Monday, April 17, 2023
Shaping Authentic Practices by Engaging in Modeling of A Topic with Teachers to Explore Research in Science (SHAPE MATTERS) is funded by the NIH Science Education Partnership Award. The program has three objectives.
AG SEED-LINGS is a science-focused professional development program specifically designed for teachers in grades K-5. This program is a collaboration between Penn State's Center for Science and the Schools (CSATS) and the Center for Pollinator Research (CPR).
During this in-person workshop, teachers will explore different facets of the agricultural industry through working with automated alternative growth systems (ex. hydroponics), touring laboratory facilities, and learning about current research on food safety and medicinal properties of plant products.
A three-day workshop for teacher educators intending to hold teacher workshops about engineering.
A 2-day teacher professional development workshop for middle school science teachers that focuses on how AI systems are designed and can be used to provide feedback to students about their understanding of science concepts using their writing.