Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

2018 National Energy Conference for Educators July 8-12, 2018 Galveston, TX

Friday, October 06, 2017 4:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The 2018 Energy Conference for Educators brings together educators from all over the country that are passionate about bringing energy education to their classrooms. Through five interactive days in Galveston, the conference will provide educators with the most up-to-date information on all aspects of energy including the science of energy, sources of energy, transportation, electricity, efficiency, and environmental and economic impacts.

Participants receive the training and materials to implement innovative hands-on energy units in their classrooms, multi-disciplinary teams, and after-school programs. NEED leaders at the conference help participants develop specialized units that meet state standards and can be utilized with students of all learning styles.

Who Should Attend

•             Educators interested in Energy!

•             Science and STEM Teachers

•             Informal Educators

•             Museum Education Staff

•             Utility Education and Outreach Staff

Registration Fee: $1,500

Includes:

                      Conference materials

                      Curriculum materials

                      Double occupancy lodging

                      Most meals

                      Local transportation to and from the airport in the conference city

Scholarships for classroom teachers are available (On your application indicate scholarship is requested). Graduate credit is available.

Apply Today! need.org/summertraining

What past attendees have said:

“I would definitely recommend this conference! It’s a great way to network with other people and get to know more ways to implement science lessons and make them more fun!”

“This was a 100% ‘on’ workshop, no fluff or disorganized wasted time.”

“This has been, by far, the best professional development I have attended. The presenters modeled best practices.”


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