Several openings remain for middle and high school teachers of science, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, technology or art to attend the upcoming free professional development camp June 18-22 at Purdue University Northwest (PNW). Pre-service teachers and community college instructors are also welcome.
The camp helps teachers engage their students in applied science and engineering. Teachers who complete the camp will earn four CEUs or 40 PGPs.
Supported by the ASM Materials Education Foundation, the camp instructs teachers how to easily integrate everyday materials into existing lesson plans and to conduct low/no cost simple labs and experiments to engage students.
For more information contact PNW Professor of Mechanical Engineering Harvey Abramowitz at 219-989-2473 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or ASM Program Coordinator Jeane Deatherage at 800-336-5152, ext. 5533 or email@example.com.
Camp is also supported by ASM International, ASM Calumet Chapter, Purdue University Northwest, AIST (Association for Iron and Steel Technology), AIST Midwest Chapter, NACE International (National Association of Corrosion Engineers), LIFT (Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow) and the department of Materials Engineering at Purdue University.