Paid Professional Development for Math and Science Teachers!
Want to expand your knowledge of engineering and NGSS teaching strategies?
And get paid for it, too?
Now’s your chance. The University of Kansas is offering an exciting summer program for high school science and mathematics instructors to learn about engineering design and how to incorporate these concepts into your classes.
We invite talented teachers from diverse backgrounds to participate in this 6-week summer program. Educators of all science and math subjects for grades 9 to 12 are encouraged to apply, especially pairs of teachers from the same school teaching different subjects.
Participants will work in teams to do real-world, water-themed research in engineering labs at KU. And, they will translate that research into lesson materials to take back to their classrooms.
Your students will thank you! All participants will receive supplies to support their new curricula offerings to enhance student learning and raise student awareness of career paths in STEM.
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Application deadline: January 31, 2022
Program dates: June 13 - July 22, 2022 (July 4 off)
Benefits: $8,000 for the six-week summer program PLUS supplies to implement new lesson materials in your classroom. Housing is available for a limited number of participants.
Funding for this program is provided by the National Science Foundation.
What are other teachers saying about the program?
See videos about the RET program on our website.
Have questions? Contact:
Interim Education Coordinator, email@example.com
The University of Kansas Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis (CEBC)
What is CEBC?
You can make a world of difference by changing how chemicals are manufactured. This is why CEBC was created: to invent cleaner, safer, renewable, energy-efficient chemical processes that protect the planet and human health. To make sure innovations move from lab to marketplace, CEBC partners with chemical companies—to date, 22 total. Learn more at: www.cebc.ku.edu