Spring 2020 in Charlotte
Add healthy living emphasis to core Science, Math and ELA lessons with FREE PBLs!
Attend this FREE two-hour workshop and learn how to implement PBLs designed to hit tested grade level competencies in Math, Science, and English Language Arts while addressing healthy living topics in your classroom. You will receive access to a repository of free PBL resources. Appropriate for teachers in grades K – 12.
The Center of Excellence for Research, Teaching and Learning (CERTL) at Wake Forest School of Medicine has developed a new category of problem and project-based learning (PBL) cases that incorporate healthy eating, wellness, and physical activity while addressing key instructional concepts in Math, Science, and English Language Arts.
Who is invited? K - 12 classroom teachers, instructional facilitators, curriculum facilitators, and administrators interested in infusing health and wellness into core classroom instruction
What is it? A FREE two-hour professional development workshop that will introduce health and wellness into inquiry-based learning methodology while providing resources for implementation. Teacher participants receive 0.2 CEUs for attending the workshop
Where is it? Wake Forest University Charlotte Center - 200 N College Street #150, Charlotte, NC 28202 (Parking is provided)
When is it? Three sessions will be offered on January 7th, February 4th, and March 5th, 2020 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Summer 2020 in Asheville and Wilmington
The North Carolina Science Leadership Association (NCSLA) is partnering with the Center of Excellence for Research, Teaching and Learning (CERTL) at the Wake Forest School of Medicine to provide two 3-day workshops this summer. Both workshops are designed to provide K-12 teachers with inquiry-based lessons in Problem Based Learning that integrate science, math, language arts and other areas of the curriculum, including options for integrating Project Based Learning as well.
To qualify for attendance at either workshop, educators must be a member of NCSLA.
Registration is expected to open on February 1st and the fee will be announced at that time.
Upon Completion of the workshop, participants will have permanent access to hundreds of problems and projects to use in their classroom. (This means no additional fee, ever, even if you change schools!)
Asheville, NC on June 29-July 1
UNC-Wilmington on July 22-24
The registration fee is just $25 for members and $65 for non-members. Check back on February 1 to register. Space is limited!
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