Hello Montana K-12 Educators!
Montana State University’s College of Engineering is presenting the Teaching Engineering Applications in Math and Science (TEAMS) Workshops in which MSU Engineering and Education faculty members present new, exciting, and innovated ways to incorporate engineering into your math and science curriculum. TEAMS has been running for 6 years and has had workshops in on the Ft. Peck, Flathead, and Ft. Belknap Reservations, as well as in Bozeman, MT. This year we are holding 3 workshops: one in Pablo, MT on July 7th and 8th; one on the Crow Reservation on July 21stand 22nd; and one in Billings, MT on August 4th and 5th. These workshop are one-and-a-half day workshops with presentations, activities, and demonstrations.
Participation is free, and participants receive $250 stipends and 16 OPI renewal units. Additionally, if TEAMSparticipants wish to enact an engineering lesson plan in their classroom during the fall, they can receive another $250 stipend.
For more information please visit the TEAMS website here: http://www.coe.montana.
If you wish to sign up now, here is the link with the registration: http://www.coe.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free call or email me, Julian Collins at (406)994-6723or firstname.lastname@example.org.