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Professional Development for K-12 Educators
July 7 @ 8:30 am - July 15 @ 1:30 pm
CALLING ALL EDUCATORS!
The Wade Institute for Science Education is now taking reservations for their Summer 2021 Professional Development courses for K-12 teachers and informal educators. Connect with scientists, engineers, and STEM professionals this summer during an inquiry-based, hands-on, minds-on professional development course designed to increase your science content knowledge!
The Center for Coastal Studies is partnering with the Wade Institute to offer “Landscapes on the Move: Investigating Geologic Formations and Processes” for Grades 3-8 educators. The course begins on July 7, 2021.
• Examine evidence of how glaciers formed our landscape
• Explore how erosion affects the built and natural environments
• Investigate how changes to the shoreline impact inland communities
• Engage in virtual tours of locations around Cape Cod and Southern MA to uncover how the landscape was formed
• Make connections between our geologic past, present, and future
• Participate in inquiry-based, hands-on investigations that explore geological processes
Partners also include the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, the Lloyd Center for the Environment and Cape Cod Learning Tours.
Other courses offered by the Wade Institute this summer include:
•Seasons and Cycles: How Weather Affects Us and How We Affect the Weather (for Grades 3-8 educators)
•How Does Your Dinner Grow? Exploring Connections Between •Food Production and Sustainability (for Grades 6-12 educators)
•My Soda Bottle Ended Up Where? Exploring Plastics Problems and Solutions (for Grades 6-12 educators)
PDPs and Graduate Credits are available. Learn more and register at https://www.wadeinstitutema.org/spdi-k12/