MATH EDUCATOR WORKSHOP WVU TECH July 6 - 10, 2015 This professional development workshop is open to high school teachers who teach ninth and/or tenth grade mathematics in Nicholas, Kanawha or Raleigh counties in West Virginia. About the workshop: You will receive training on project-based learning to employ projects closely associated with real-world applications to facilitate abstract mathematic concepts. Sample engineering projects mapped to WV new math standards will be demonstrated and training on pedagogical tools will be provided. After the workshop, year-around technical support will be provided to assist participants with project-based learning implementation. Each participant will receive a $1,050 stipend. Each participant will also receive $500 to purchase equipment/software/supplies to implement project based learning in his/her classroom. Free lodging or travel stipends of up to $25 per day are available upon request for those who qualify. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served. Three professional development hours will be offered. Workshop instructors are faculty from: West Virginia University Institute of Technology West Virginia University West Virginia State University For more information: Contact Dr. Afrin Naz at 304.442.3161, 469.222.5027 or [email protected] APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER MAY 1, 2015. For the online application and more information, visit wvutech.edu.
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