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STEM Classrooms and Competitions: Asking Questions and Defining Problems – Inquire Today

01 Feb 2017 8:23 AM | Anonymous member

STEM Classrooms and Competitions:  Asking Questions and Defining Problems – Inquire Today 

 

The first course of four in ESU’s 12-credit hour information, technology, and scientific literacy certificate program will be offered again this summer, May 22 – August 1, 2017, online using Canvas with one face-to-face class meeting on Saturday, July 15, 2017. The course develops knowledge and skills STEM preservice or inservice teachers and school librarians need as co-teachers to provide grades 4-12 students guided inquiry instruction around critical issues such as sufficient energy; prevention and treatment of illness and disease; maintaining clean food and water; and global environmental change.  Some scholarships are available.  Please contact Brady Lund blund2@emporia.edu for more information about enrolling in PS591, PS791, or LI791. Limited space (25). Certificate website: http://tinyurl.com/publhlc

Dr. Mirah Dow, Professor, mdow@emporia.edu

Dr. Ken Thompson, Professor, kthompso@emporia.edu

STEM-ALL is partially funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 


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