Modeling Workshop in CASTLE Electricity

Dates: June 6-24, 2022

Location: Arizona St. University, Tempe

Days/Times: Mon – Thurs 8am – 3:30pm and Fri 8am – noon

Instructor: Agatha Andersen

Prerequisite: A multi-week Modeling workshop in mechanics or physical science

Contact: Jane Jackson – jane.jackson@asu.edu

Information: These are ideal courses to meet re-certification requirements, qualify to teach Dual Enrollment/Adjunct two-year college (TYC), and become highly qualified (ESSA) in physics or chemistry. They can count towards the ASU interdisciplinary Master of Natural Science degree (MNS) in physics, & graduate degrees in education. TYC, CTE, and pre-service teachers find these courses useful, too.

* If seeking to qualify to teach dual enrollment, apply to AZ Teachers Academy now, for scholarship. * All: apply starting in February 2022 for a partial tuition scholarship (info: jane.jackson@asu.edu).
* Or reserve a seat for Continuing Ed. ($650 n0n-AZ teachers; need not apply to ASU. Use your school Title II funds.)

Modeling Instruction is designated as an Exemplary K-12 science program & Promising Technology program by the U.S. Department of Education. It is rated an Accomplished STEM program by Change the Equation. It won the “Excellence in Physics Education” award of the American Physical Society.

Visit http://physics.asu.edu. For more information, visit http://modeling.asu.edu and click on ASU Summer Graduate Program for Teachers of Physical Sciences. For help with tuition scholarships, CEUs, or family and dorm housing, e-mail Jane.Jackson@asu.edu, 480-314-1522. If you want grad credit, apply to ASU as a nondegree summer grad student ($70 appl fee) at least 2 weeks before your course begins — no transcripts needed. Register for your course after May 18, but at least 1 week before course begins.

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