Enhance your ability to teach energy, one of the Next Generation Science Standard's crosscutting concepts, by learning content from energy experts, visiting energy production and research facilities, and developing your inquiry and engineering design/problem solving teaching skills with classroom activities. Optional 3 hours of graduate credit in either Science Education or Technology. Click here for more information.
Dates & Time: Face-to-face on June 23-27 and July 7-11, 9 am - 4 pm; on-line June 30-July 3
Location: Multi-Purpose Room at University of Iowa Research Park on the Oakdale Campus in Coralville
Stipend: $200/day for 10 days
Application: Apply on line at http://tinyurl.com/2014energyinstitute by June 13
Instructor: Pat Higby, UNI Energy Education and Outreach Coordinator
For more information contact Pat Higby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-273-6012
Syllabus with Objectives and outcomes.
Tentative Schedule: Some tours are not yet finalized, but our schedule is nearly complete!
Assignments and Activities Summary: Lot's of fun and interesting things to do in class and at home.
Assignments and Activities Work Sheet: This is your "To Do - Done!" list.