Summer Content Institutes Sponsored by MTC RET

Submitted by Marybeth Campbell
2005-04-13 12:54:42

2005 SUMMER CONTENT INSTITUTES ARE HERE!
YOU CAN:
* Learn from leading experts about Renewable Energy and Climate Change
* Visit Renewable Energy Installations
* Participate in hands-on activities
* Gain the tools necessary to teach your students about renewable energy
* Receive valuable education materials on renewable energy and climate change
* Massachusetts teachers can participate free in the Renewable Energy Content Institutes and receive at least $200 for renewable energy educational materials. They can also receive Professional Development Points (PDPs).

Energy and the Environment Teachers, grades 6-9 Brockton Public Schools/Bridgewater State College June 23, July 25-28, August 1-4 plus follow-up days TBA
Bridgewater, MA Contact: Denise Hayes, Bridgewater State College, 508-531-6010

Clean Energy Goes to School Teachers, grades 7-10 Gill-Montague Regional School District June 27, July 11-15, 18-21 and follow-up days TBA Great Falls Middle School/Turner Falls High School, Montague, MA
Contact: Yolanda Campbell, Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, 413-774-6051 x10

Renewable Energy Middle and High School Teachers
Leominster Public Schools/Fitchburg State College
July 14-16, 21-23 plus follow-up days TBA
Fitchburg State College, Fitchburg, MA
Contact: Peggy Weaver, Fitchburg State College, 978-665-3059

Climate Change and Coastal Communities High School Teachers
Ipswich High School/Mass Audubon
June 23, 24, August 15-19, 22 plus 3 follow-up days in Sept., Nov., and Dec.
Mass Audubon North Shore, Wenham, MA
Ipswich High School, Ipswich, MA
Contact: Elizabeth Duff, Mass Audubon, 978-927-1122 ext. 2701


Climate Change: Global and Local Middle and High School Teachers
Waquoit Bay /Falmouth Public Schools
July 11-15, 18-22 with follow up days, September 10, November 5
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Reserve Falmouth, MA
Contact: Pat Harcourt, Waquoit Bay, 508-457-0495 ext. 106

For more information on registering and more K-12 Education material, visit
http://www.masstech.org/renewableenergy/k12.htm
Or
http://www.doe.mass.edu/frameworks/cinstitute/05/brochure.doc

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