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Mobile Computer Science Principles Free Info Sessions TIME SENSITIVE!

Who should attend? Massachusetts high school teachers, curriculum directors, AP coordinators, principals, superintendents, and school leaders interested in bringing computer science to their students. Learn about How to engage students in building mobile apps for Android devices using the blocks-based App Inventor programming language. The details of the College Board’s new Advanced Placement Computer Science

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An Excellent Article from AHEM

Read about methods of reporting and what the law requires: What Do You Think of When You Hear the Word “Portfolio”?  

Bio Ed. Upcoming Opportunties

* BioTeach Workshops * SPOT Grants * Summer Institute for Teachers * Biotech Bootcamp for High School Students WPI BioTech Futures We are also pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the spring Biotech Futures events to be held at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)! Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 8am-2pm OR Thursday, May

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Northeast Section of the Geological Society of America conference

It’s time for some great local networking and learning around all things geological! All educators (elementary through college) are welcome to attend the Northeast Section of the Geological Society of America conference in Albany, March 21-23 (with field trips and workshops starting March 20). Attend 1 day or the full session and be sure to

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Project WILD Educator Workshop, Mammals in Winter

Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Project WILD Educator Workshop, Mammals in Winter Project WILD Educator Workshop: Mammals in Winter Saturday, March 12; 9:30 – 3:30 Professional Development for Educators Fee: $25 per person, includes Activity Guide Pre-registration required Educators of children in grades k-12 are invited to a special Project WILD workshop at Northfield Mountain Recreation

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For Biology Teachers

MassBioEd offers free workshops to biology teachers. Each workshop qualifies for PDP and lunch and parking are provided. Below please find the BioTeach workshops to be held at UMass Amherst: Amherst, MA (UMass): Saturday, December 5th 8:30am-4:00pm Do It Yourself Biotech (DIY) Equipment: Building and Using Homemade Biotech Equipment Amherst, MA (UMass): Monday, December 14h

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sciphile.org: A Resource for Science Teachers

The UMass STEM Ed Institute Presents: Tuesday STEM Seminars sciphile.org: A Resource for Science Teachers December 1 Guy Blaylock, Associate professor of Physics University of Massachusetts Amherst. Dr. Blaylock will demonstrate a website (http://sciphile.org) he has developed to help teachers and parents teach science. The site aims to facilitate STEM education by providing high-quality free

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Project Wild

´╗┐STEM Ed Announcement: Science/Engineering Saturday Seminars

This is a UMass STEM Ed program =============================== Online seminar registration and payment: http://umassk12.net/sess/spring2016.html =============================== Science & Engineering Saturday Seminars Spring, 2016 Designed for science, math, technology teachers; new teachers are especially welcome ” Five Saturdays each term; 8:30-1 at UMass Amherst, Lederle Grad Towers 1033 (except as noted) ” Educational materials, refreshments, parking, PDP’s

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STEM workshops for Early Childhood Educators

This is not a UMass Amherst program Contact information is below. ============================================== Two workshops for early childhood educators are offered on November 7: Easthampton, MA and Easton, MA 1. Growing up WILD and Project Learning Tree’s Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, Massachusetts Audubon Arcadia Sanctuary in Easthampton, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Both multi-award-winning curricula

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