QuarkNet Workshop - Teaching with Data

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Educator Workshop: QuarkNet Workshop - Teaching with Data


Immerse yourself for three days in data from Fermilab experiments. You will develop a plan for leading students to the next level of data collection, interpretation, and explanation. We will offer hands-on demonstrations of the quarknet data portfolio, which you can then bring to your classroom.

Active QuarkNet teachers meet annually to learn and share inquiry-based teaching methods for basic introductory physics concepts in a context of particle physics and astronomy. This excites students! Participants should expect to attend additional sessions throughout the school year.

We will also have presentations from the QuarkNet high school student interns who work at Fermilab this summer.

To participate, you must be teaching currently. You will receive a $300 stipend for full attendance.

Please register before July 1st.

For question, contact George Dzuricsko, Angela Fava, or Tom Carter, the physicist mentor for the Fermilab/University of Chicago QuarkNet Center.

Audience: Teachers
Grades: 9 - 12
PDHs: 16.5

No Scheduled Sessions