Is astronomy part of your school curriculum but you feel uncomfortable teaching it to your students? Would you like to feel more confident and better prepared to answer the many questions your students may have?
If so, then this workshop is for you!
Discover the Universe offers an online astronomy workshop especially designed for teachers. From September 30th to October 18th 2013, you will discover fascinating topics in astronomy, all connected to your school curriculum. The main part of the workshop will be a weekly one-hour videochat (webinar). This webinar will be at a fixed time but a recording will be available for those who cannot participate live. You can then easily include this workshop in your busy schedule! This workshop may also require up to 2-3 hours every week spent on research, reading or completing the recommended activities. The only requirements are a high speed internet connection and a set of speakers or headphones for your computer.
Added Sept. 11: The webinars will be on Thursdays at 7:30pm EDT - 4:30pm PDT. Can't make it at that time? Don't worry! You can watch the recording and still get all the benefits of the workshop!
Who is it for?
Astronomy is a vast subject and it would be impossible to cover entirely in a few hours! This workshop will help you gain more confidence teaching astronomy and know where to get more resources.
At the end of this workshop you will...
And the best part - this workshop is completely free!
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For more information, please do not hesitate to contact our coordinator, Julie Bolduc-Duval, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to answer your questions!
This workshop will also be offered in French.
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