Educators Tag

Cool Science is a free and public art competition for K-12 artists, organized through a collaboration of UMass Lowell, UMass Boston, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, University of Kansas and Kansas City Art Institute. Challenge Questions This year, Cool Science is asking young artists to answer...

Data literacy is a critical 21st century skill that students need for the jobs of tomorrow. Microsoft's partnership with NASA includes a Day of Data, where students can explore how data powers our astronauts, our space missions, and our world. Celebrate 20 years of humans aboard...

Currently celebrating 25 years as an education reform initiative, Miami University’s Project Dragonfly is accepting applications now through early 2021 for graduate courses and master's degrees that offer extraordinary experiences through zoos and botanical gardens in the United States and in 15 countries throughout the world. Earth...

Educators: Do you want to extend the science and engineering learning that's going on in your classroom? Would you love to have parents involved in their child's science education? Join this Science City ScienceWise session for a morning of sharing the idea of Science Backpacks...

If you are an educator interested in project-based instruction, a school leader ready to build capacity in STEM learning, or a superintendent wanting to connect STEM initiatives to business partnerships, the Midwest Regional STEM Institute: Missouri is designed to move you closer to your goals—preparing...

What is data literacy? In this ScienceWise workshop educators will explore strategies using various tools to help students engage in data analysis and data creation so that they can move past staring blankly at graphs on worksheets and move on to becoming real investigators of...

Calling all Breakout Box users: Are you ready to take your curriculum to the next level? This ScienceWise workshop is designed for people who are already familiar and comfortable with breakout boxes. Are you ready to dive into the world of puzzle creation? Are your students...

This ScienceWise workshop is a continuation of Part 1 from December 7, 2019. Participants will continue working through a unit plan that begins with phenomena and is steeped in the three dimensions. By the end of this workshop, participants will be well on their way...

Educators: Want to know how to turn recycled goods into moving robots? Join this Science City ScienceWise workshop to see how Junkbots, Artbots and Bristle Bots can reinforce lessons about electrical circuits, the engineering design process and creative problem solving. This workshop will be a...

This workshop takes place over two sessions (Part 2 will be February 1, 2020). Participants will live the story of a unit plan that  begins with phenomena and is steeped in the three dimensions. Along the way attendees will start creating their own units aligned...