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Professional Development Seminar Opportunity!

To register and for more on information on the Seminar Series please visit www.mits.org or contact the MITS office at (617) 328-1515.



Publication Date: 
January 8, 2013

Professional Development Opportunity!

The Museum Institute for Teaching Science announces the 2013 Professional Development Seminar Series.  JANUARY 31st, FEBRUARY 28th and APRIL 4th  January’s Seminar will feature:

The Flow of STEM in History: Waterworks A Story of Science,

Engineering and History.

Dr. Beryl Rosenthal Executive Director of the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum.

Find out about the great scientific and engineering feats required to bring an ample supply of fresh water to the communities of Massachusetts. Join Beryl as she shows how to bring STEM principles to your patrons and students by presenting STEM through the lens of history.  Come and learn how to think of new ways to tell your STEM history through investigations and exhibits in your institute or school.

Building a Strong STEM Program Brick by Brick:

Using LEGOS to Teach STEM

Dr. Chris Rogers, Director, Center for Engineering Education and Outreach and Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University.

Interested in immersing yourself in a hands-on STEM workshop?   Learn to use LEGO building blocks to create interactive projects that will teach STEM principals and inspire students to learn more!  You will come away from this presentation with novel ideas on how to use these building blocks to build exciting and fun STEM activities and projects for both public programs and classrooms.

When: January 28th, 9:30 – 3:30

Where: Higgins University Center, Clark University, Worcester, MA

Cost: $30/session or $75 for the series

To register and for more on information on the Seminar Series please visit www.mits.org or contact the MITS office at (617) 328-1515.



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