Think Energy! Idaho State University Offers Workship Training
For Teachers June 18 - 19 in Meridian
May 30, 2009
Summer camp doesn’t have to be just for kids. The Energy Systems Technology and Education Center at Idaho State University is presenting professional development teacher training workshops this summer in Meridian.
June 18-19, workshops will be held at the Meridian Technical Charter High School, 3800 N. Locust Grove.
Workshop attendees will learn how to integrate energy into lesson plans, explore energy career opportunities for students, enhance their energy literacy, and enjoy an energy industry field experience. They will be given free materials including; a grade-level classroom poster set and energy activities guide, classroom energist set, energy action challenge classroom set and “Think Energy” tote bag. Energy activity guides correlate with Idaho content standards for science, technology, math, and social studies
Those participating can earn one or two ISU Continuing Education Credits for $50 per credit. Fees are payable the first day of the workshop session.
To register for the Meridian workshop, contact Jodi Stuart at (208) 282-3085 or online at http://isu.edu/estec/resources.shtml. A $20 non-refundable, confirmation fee is due payable via cash or check. Space is limited.
Media Contact: Chris Gabettas, ISU-Meridian Public Relations
208-373-1806 (Office), 208-861-3121 (Cell)
Idaho State University, a Carnegie-classified doctoral research institution founded in 1901, educates approximately 13,000 students per year in more than 280 programs. It is Idaho’s lead institution in health professions and medical education. Its seven colleges engage in a broad range of innovative research, teaching, and learning in the natural and physical sciences, humanities, performing and visual arts, education, engineering, business, pharmacy, and technology. Visit ISU today at www.isu.edu or isu.edu/meridian.
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