Maryland Association of Science Teachers

Professional Learning Opportunities

Outside Organizations

Maryland Loaner Lab Training 

The Maryland Loaner Lab Training workshop qualifies teachers to borrow from the Maryland Loaner Lab. This 3-hour workshop is offered throughout the school year or you may request a custom training date at our facility. This workshop is free and open to all middle and high school science teachers in Maryland. Check out their link.

National Association of GeoScience Teachers Meeting

The 2019 National Association of Geoscience Teachers – Eastern Section (NAGT-ES) meeting will be held in Martinsburg, WV and the eastern panhandle of West Virginia June 6, 7, and 8. Though some of the program has not been ratcheted down as of right now, I can say that what is scheduled should meet various interests of all that attend. 

T3 (TM) Maryland Professional Development Summit

June 20 and 21, 2019 | 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Baltimore City Public Schools Professional Development Center | 2500 E. Northern Parkway | Baltimore, Maryland 21214

2019 National Astronomy Teaching Summit

Please mark your calendar for the next Astronomy Teaching Summit.  This national astronomy teaching conference is being held in historic, north-central Baltimore at Loyola University Maryland and the Doubletree Inn at the Colonade across from the Space Telescope Science Institute and Johns Hopkins University, July 16-18, 2019.

The Astronomy Teaching Summit brings together dedicated astronomy and planetary sciences educators to share innovative teaching techniques and successful instructional strategies that increase students’ engagement, achievement, and motivation.  Traditionally focused on improving teaching and learning for the introductory college astronomy ASTRO 101 survey courses for non-science majoring undergraduates, the Summit now brings together a wider variety of astronomy educators and outreach enthusiasts at all levels where astronomy and planetary science is taught: K-12, College-101, Graduate School, Planetariums/Museums, and Amateur Astronomy Groups. 

Designing Learning Sequences to Increase Engagement in Science Practices

Please mark your calendar for this professional development opportunity in the Summer 2019.  

Dates: August 13–15, 2019; Fall 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. (coffee and lunch will be provided)
Location: Knowles Teacher Initiative, Moorestown, New Jersey
Price: $50 ($800 value)


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