Environmental Health Investigators Professional Development Workshop for Middle School Teachers – STIPENDS!
Engage your students in relevant, data-rich investigations about environmental health issues in their community! Scientists and educators from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) are presenting a two-day (3 hours per day) online workshop where you will develop your understanding of environmental health sciences, learn how to guide your students in the use of high-tech sensors for environmental monitoring, and explore Environmental PhotoVoice—a high-interest curriculum where students use their own photographs and narratives to express their concerns about environmental health issues in their community. In the fall, you will attend four virtual check-in meetings (one hour each) with our program instructors, providing further opportunities for networking, idea sharing, and support.
This workshop is limited to 20 participants and offered at no cost thanks to support from the National Institutes of Health. Check here to register!
You will receive:
- $400 stipend ($300 for workshop attendance and $100 for follow up virtual check-in meeting attendance) – FIRST 15 TEACHERS REGISTERED ONLY!
- $300 to purchase air sensors for classroom use – FIRST 15 TEACHERS REGISTERED ONLY!
- Environmental PhotoVoice curriculum (includes 10 lesson plans with supporting materials that can be used in a variety of classrooms such as science, health, and art.)
- 10 Professional Development Licensure Hours
- Ongoing instructional support from SIUE scientists and instructors
REGISTER BY JUNE 5!
Who: Middle School Teachers
When: Tuesday, June 9 and Thursday, June 11, 2020: 9 a.m. – noon
Where: Online via Zoom – Participants will be emailed session log-in details.
Cost: Free! The workshop is supported by the National Institutes of Health.
Hours of CPDUs: 10 (NOTE: this includes three hours of pre-workshop preparation, six hours of synchronous online workshop, and one hour post-workshop work)
Presenters: Scientists and educators from the SIUE STEM Center, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, and Dept. of Applied Health
More information: Additional information about our Environmental Health Investigators Program can be found on our webpage.