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. Based on available funding, up to 16 students may receive scholarships for tuition and books for three of the four courses.
The course (791) develops knowledge and skills STEM preservice or in-service teachers (science, math, engineering, technology) 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.
Complete course descriptions and course learning outcomes are available on the certificate website. Certificate website: http://tinyurl.com/publhlc
Please apply using the online form. Look for STEM-ALL Application Information form.
Certificate website: http://tinyurl.com/publhlc
Please contact Brady Lund email@example.com for more information about enrolling.
Dr. Mirah Dow, Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ken Thompson, Professor, email@example.com
STEM-ALL is partially funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.