AMS Summer Workshops for K-12 Educators - Project ATMOSPHERE

Project ATMOSPHERE

July 13 – 25, 2014 (Application deadline March 28)

Project ATMOSPHERE is a free teacher professional development program offered by the American Meteorological Society’s Education Program. Directed toward improving Earth science literacy and teacher effectiveness by generating interest in science, technology, and mathematics among students at precollege levels, the two-week workshop is held at NOAA’s National Weather Service Training Center in Kansas City, MO. K-12 teachers who teach weather in the classroom are encouraged to apply and will receive three free graduate credits. The workshop will introduce teachers to the latest technologies and techniques for sensing, analyzing, and forecasting weather, as well as explore ways these concepts can be implemented in classrooms. Attendees will help promote weather education in their home regions by conducting training sessions in atmospheric science during the following school year.

For more information, please visit: http://www.ametsoc.org/amsedu/Proj_ATM/projatm.html

Date/Time: 
Friday, March 28, 2014 - 5:00pm
Venue name if any: 
NOAA’s National Weather Service Training Center
Address: 
Fee for participation: 
none
City: 
Kansas City
State: 
Missouri

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