Science Communication

Teacher Professional Learning

TPL: Science Communication Focusing on MESA Challenges

The goal of this training is to prepare teachers for the science communication aspect of the MESA Challenges (Prosthetic Arm 2.0 and App/Simulation). We will provide teaching resources, also have hands-on opportunities for the teachers as we target:

1)Technical Paper 2) Display Board 3) Oral Presentations.

*Paid Clock Hours Available

* $150 stipend

*Supplies and Lunch Provided

Veronica Guajardo, Instructor

UW iSchool PhD Department

Veronica is finishing her PhD at the iSchool, she was previously running the Washington MESA Community College Programs and has experience both as director and coordinator. This means that she has many years of experience in guiding students with their essays, display boards, and presentations for the various MESA challenges over the years.

Where: Fishery Hall (FSH 203)

Saturday, Jan. 23rd 2016 at 9am-3pm

1122 Northeast Boat Street

Seattle, WA

Please RSVP

* Parking is free, please don't pay for parking. See map attached.

*At Parking Booth, say you are with "Seattle MESA", you will then get a parking permit, then drive to W35 and park there. If you have problems, call me at 206-390-6545

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