Educator Workshop – Using Atlas of Science Literacy – June 17-19

AAAS WORKSHOPS: USING ATLAS OF SCIENCE LITERACY
(June 17-19, Ashland, Oregon – Southern Oregon University)

Developed by American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Project 2061, the 2-volume ‘Atlas of Science Literacy’ contains 100 strand maps that present conceptual connections among the ideas and skills that all students should learn as they make progress toward science literacy.

The workshops give participants a new perspective on standards-based reform based on understanding the maps, clarifying standards, changing classroom practice, and improving curriculum. Participants will learn more about the ‘Atlas of Science Literacy’ Vol. 1 & 2, and how to put it to use to improve curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

Upcoming workshops:

–Lebanon, NH; Aug. 16-18 (Scholarship Application Deadline: July 9)
–Calgary, Canada; Sept. 8-10 (Scholarship Application Deadline: July 23)
–Columbia, MD; Oct. 6-8 (Scholarship Application Deadline: Aug. 27)
–Washington, DC; Oct. 13-15 (Scholarship Application Deadline: Sept. 3)
–Hampton, CT; Dec. 1-3 (Scholarship Application Deadline: Oct. 22)

Registration forms are available on the individual workshop pages (available through: http://www.project2061.org/events/workshops/default.htm) Team registration is $400 (early bird $375) and individual registration is $450 (early bird $425). To quality for early-bird discount, registrations must be received three weeks prior to the first day of the workshop.

For more information on the workshop schedule and locations, visit: http://www.project2061.org/events/workshops/default.htm

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