Do you want to learn new ways to engage your students in the classroom?
Attend a one-week professional development camp this summer -- FREE.
AND have an opportunity to earn three graduate credits at an additional cost.
Ivy Tech Corporate College in Fort Wayne will again offer a FREE week-long, project-based Materials Science Camp for:
- High school science, technology, engineering and/or math teachers
- Middle school science teachers
About the camp
- The camp will demonstrate how teachers can use simple, low-cost labs using everyday materials, which can be integrated into existing lesson plans with the outcome of actively engaging students in applied science.
- Prizes will be awarded to all participants upon completion.
- In addition, participants will have an opportunity for three graduate credits from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne at an additional cost.
- This informative, STEM-focused learning opportunity is all inclusive and is being made possible by a Talent Initiative grant.
July 29-August 2, 2013
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Student Life Center
Ivy Tech-Northeast's North Campus
3701 Dean Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
REGISTER NOW ONLINE
or call 260-480-4118
The informational camp will be taught by two experienced master teachers from the American Society of Materials who have taught materials science courses for many years and helped develop this innovative approach to hands-on learning.
- learn the basics of materials science technology as taught at the high school level;
- work hands-on with metals, ceramics, polymers and composites to develop a greater appreciation for the importance of these materials;
- learn to leverage a project-based course curriculum that will excite students to learn science concepts; and
- finish the week prepared to make important instructional changes as a result of their participation in this camp.
Register online now or call 260-480-4118.
For additional information on the camp, contact Stephanie Hilton at 260-481-2241 or email@example.com.
Made possible by a grant from