The CSTL provides high quality professional learning for science and STEM educators to promote student learning through collaborative and grant funded projects, workshops, and sessions custom designed to meet specific needs of partners. We support the vision of A Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards in all professional development sessions.
Engineering is Elementary Welcomes New Partners
Joelle Clark and Lori Rubino-Hare are professional development providers for Northern Arizona University’s Center for Science Teaching and Learning. They’re also among Engineering is Elementary's (EiE) first Endorsed Professional Development Partners.
EiE is setting up hubs across the country to offer instruction in the EiE curriculum. Since becoming EiE PD partners, Joelle and Lori have offered four workshops for 38 Arizona teachers.
“With the advent of the Next Generation Science Standards, we’re customizing our workshops to highlight the S, T, and E in STEM,” says Joelle. “EiE has revolutionized our PD practice.”
Joelle and Lori have also introduced EiE to pre-service students at the university. In the future, they hope to offer more STEM learning opportunities for rural and Native American communities.
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