Phriendly Physics Teacher Workshops Grades 3-5

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Educator Workshop: Phriendly Physics Teacher Workshops Grades 3-5

Description: Phriendly Physics is a physical science program including field trips to the Lederman Science Center for elementary students and a professional development program for teachers.

Align your 3–5 physical science instruction to the Next Generation Science Standards. Topics will focus on force and motion, electricity and magnetism, light and color, and structure and properties of matter. Participant needs will also be addressed. Learn how to use anchoring phenomenon throughout your unit while incorporating the science and engineering practices into your classroom. Discussion will also focus on the importance of storylining and using literacy to link your science instruction.

Participants will have the opportunity to tour Fermilab and ask scientists and engineers your questions. By participating in our workshop you will be able to bring your students on free field trips to the lab!

Click here to register online for our workshops.

Graduate credit is available through the University of St. Francis. More information about graduate credit is available here.

Click here to register for graduate credit only. It is highly recommended to register for graduate credit prior to the first day of the workshop. A direct link will be provided closer to the date of the workshop.

Audience: Teachers
Grades: 3 - 5
Fee: $175/per person
Graduate credit: 2 semester hours can be arranged.
PDHs: 22

Program Information


Scheduled Sessions:

  • July 22-24, 2020, 8:30 AM-4:00 PM , Register Online , Workshop at Lederman Science Center
    Instructors:
    • Kelly Chapman, Willow Creek Elementary School
    • Gisselle Moreira, Garfield Elementary School , U-46