Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

Opportunities for Teachers

  • Friday, April 13, 2018 8:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Merrimack College, North Andover

    Mechanics – Darren Broder

    Dates: July 30- Aug 9

    $1095.00 for the 8 days (no classes on Friday) includes materials, lunch, morning refreshments and 3 graduate credits. 
    Dorms may be available. Campus apartment housing available: $350/week per person
    Register at  

    Mechanical Waves – Darren BroderDates: July 16-26

    $1095.00 for the 8 days (no classes on Friday) includes materials, lunch, morning refreshments and 3 graduate credits. 
    Dorms may be available. Campus apartment housing available: $350/week per person
    Register at    
    Contact Darren Broder

  • Friday, April 13, 2018 8:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    STEMteachersMassBay - Boston area, site TBD

    Dates: July 9-20

    • Biology – Julie Maimes
    • Chemistry I – Chris Manor
    • Chemistry II – Stephen Colbert and David Farabee

    Contact Teresa Marx:

  • Friday, April 13, 2018 8:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are happy to announce that the Concord Consortium will host a professional development “Solarize Your World” workshop for high school science teachers at the York Harbor Inn in the picturesque town of York Harbor, Maine. The workshop will begin with lunch on Sunday, June 10, and will run through Tuesday, June 12, at 3 p.m. Lodging, meals, and mileage reimbursement will be provided and participants will receive a $400 stipend for completing the workshop.

    At the “Solarize Your World” workshop you’ll be introduced to projects that will allow your students to engage in science and engineering practices with authentic applications. You’ll become familiar with a free computer-aided design (CAD) tool, Energy3D, which provides students with a virtual laboratory to engineer complex real-world solar solutions for homes, schools, public buildings, parking lots, and more!

    This workshop is funded from generous grants from the National Science Foundation and General Motors.

    If interested, please complete this application by April 13. Note that we only have 25 spaces available, so we will review applications and confirm attendance by April 20.

    Submit Application

    Feel free to invite other engineering, physics, Earth science, and physical science teachers in your science department.

    Questions? Email

    Best regards,
    The Energy Team

    Concord Consortium
    25 Love Lane
    Concord, MA 01742

  • Monday, April 02, 2018 4:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    EXPLO runs a week-long camp in Norwood, MA, centered around hands-on projects and making, focusing on both the tools and technology as well as the pedagogy. We create short, interactive projects that further enhance curriculum teachers already use, as well as share ways to enhance learning spaces. Teachers start the fall with new practical skills and curriculum ideas that they are able to flesh out during the workshop.

    In the past, we have had teachers from a number of disciplines attend, though the nature of our projects seems like a natural fit with science teachers. We have grants available for teachers and are welcoming of educators from kindergarten through 12th grade!

  • Friday, March 16, 2018 3:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Integration of Computer Science in Science Opportunity: 

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Scheller Teacher Education Program seeks middle school science educator teams of approximately three teachers within the same school from 8 districts to participate in the third year of a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Teachers with GUTS Program. The purpose of the Teachers with GUTS program is to study the impact of the teacher professional development in science, computer science, and computational thinking on teachers’ development as computational thinkers and teachers’ enactment of Project GUTS CS in Science curriculum in middle school science classes.  This is a free program that offers stipends, transportation reimbursement and certificate of PDP hours. Please see the flyer and solicitation memo and application for more information.  Applications are due on April 15, 2018 and the program dates are June 25-29.

  • Monday, March 12, 2018 10:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    STEMteachersMassBay would like to invite you to attend an Introduction to Modeling Instruction workshop for administrators.

    Date: April 11, 2018

    Time: 3-5 pm

    Cost: FREE!

    Location: Norfolk County Agricultural High School

    400 Main St

    Walpole, MA 02081

    Modeling Instruction is an evidence based pedagogy where students develop models based on experimentation and observation.  This short workshop will immerse participants in a laboratory experience and analysis.  You will learn the same way our teachers and our students learn and experience why Modeling Instruction has transformed teaching and learning.


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    We are also running 3 transformative workshops this summer for science teachers 

    Topics: Chemistry 1, Chemistry 2, Biology

    Dates: July 9-July 20, 2018

    Time: Mon-Fri 8am - 4 pm

    Location: Greater Boston Area - specific location TBD

    Cost: $800-$1000 plus additional fee for graduate credits

    70 PDPs


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  • Saturday, March 10, 2018 8:16 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    MIT Haystack Observatory will host two local high school science teachers for 7–8 weeks in summer 2018, to be paid under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Located 40 miles northwest of Boston, MIT Haystack is a research center engaged in atmospheric science, radio astronomy, geodesy, computer science, and engineering. Teachers will work with staff scientists on a project using observational instruments and will receive hands-on experience. The goal of the program is for STEM teachers to develop a series of inquiry-based introductory lesson plans for a particular high school level. 

    Complete details can be found in the program announcement.

  • Thursday, March 01, 2018 7:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    “If there seems to be a conflict between beliefs and facts, it is the job of all of us as educators to help students understand religious beliefs are rooted in faith while science is rooted in what we know today.” – Sister Buffy Marie Boesen, Angels Among Us

    In a day-long workshop at the Boston Science Museum and inspired by the short story “Angels Among Us” by Lisa Y. Garibay (to be released Spring 2018), participants will hear from a panel of local professionals who have devoted their lives to both science and faith, then work together to create a collection of best practices, tools, and resources on teaching and discussing science in a faith-based environment.

    Join in a discussion with local educators and reflect on how the interaction of science and religion has affected your life and the lives of students, develop an accessible network of diverse educators, and be inspired to continue the conversation with your students in creative and engaging ways.

    Vouchers will be provided for breakfast and lunch in the Riverview Café. Certificate of participation available upon request.

    For more information, or to register, please go to the site for this workshop.

  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hello MABT Members and Affiliates,

    Please check out the registration flyer for the 2018 MABT Conference - Change is in the Air: Claim, Evidence and Reason in a Climate of Anti-Science on Saturday March 10th at Framingham State University.

    Ken R. Miller will explore why anti-scientific views seem to be on the rise in America and David Knuffke will inspire teachers to create an environment where students actively engage in data-driven science.  

    Stay posted as two new workshops will be announced in coming days.  Hope you can join us!

  • Tuesday, February 06, 2018 1:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Register now! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recruiting teachers and education leaders to bring public health into classrooms across the United States and beyond. CDC is partnering with the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) to offer three, 2-day Science Ambassador regional training workshops FREE OF COST. Learn strategies to teach public health concepts and inspire interest in public heath careers.

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