2013 Workshops

Dec 7 2013
A 21st Century Approach to Teaching Electricity and Magnetism: Real World Applications
December 7, 2013

This workshop was designed to help teachers enhance their understanding of electricity and magnetism through hands on activities that can be used as part of differentiated instruction and a targeted standards-based discussion of real world applications. Teachers were given a demonstration kit to take home to their classrooms.
2013 Dec. 7 EM flyer

 

CRISP Professional Development
November 5, 2013

CRISP Collaborative Science for All (CCSA) is a team of collaborative, innovative and interdisciplinary educators who wish to enhance the educational opportunities for New Haven students by facilitating professional development for teachers. CCSA is comprised of New Haven Public School teachers in collaboration with CRISP. This is a Professional Learning Community that organizes focused, ongoing professional development that is geared towards strengthening the knowledge and skill-set of 7-12 science teachers. CCSA also supports teachers by working with CRISP to provide targeting resources promoting interdisciplinary hands-on science learning in the classroom. Our audiences are primarily 7-12 science teachers.

 

1st Annual Materials and Manufacturing Summer Teachers’ Institute How Things are Made – Networking with Local Industry to Bring Ideas Back to Your Classroom
July 30, 2013 – August 1, 2013

How Things are Made – Networking with Local Industry to Bring Ideas Back to Your Classroom was a three day Professional Development workshop designed to acquaint science teachers with real-life applications of STEM skills in today‚Äôs manufacturing environment. Please click on the Event Advertisement link (above) for more details. Workshop offered by CRISP in collaboration with the New Haven Manufacturer’s Association
2013 Materials and Manufacturing flyer

 

A 21st Century Approach to Teaching Electricity and Magnetism: Content and Pedagogy
February 3, 2013

This workshop was designed to help teachers enhance their understanding of electricity and magnetism via hands-on activities and a targeted standards based discussion of content and pedagogy. The primary objective was to enhance content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge with the goal of maximizing student learning. Co-sponsored by CRISP Collaborative Science for All (CCSA)
2013 E&M Feb. 3 flyer