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Core Element 2019 Teacher Summer Insitutes

Core Element

Monday, February 4, 2019 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 4:30 PM (CST)

Core Element 2019 Teacher Summer Insitutes

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Google Classroom
Google Classroom | June 11 Learn how to set up and implement Google Classroom! Uncover ways to manage your classroom more efficiently using a variety of Google tools that integrate with classroom teaching strategies and currently used programs.
Jun 11, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Get it Right: Grant Writing to Support Classroom Instruction
Get it Right: Grant Writing to Support Classroom Instruction All grade levels, June 12 Learn where to find and how to write grants to support classroom instruction. Bring your ideas for programs or materials for which you might seek funding and jump-start the grant writing process. Teachers should bring fully charged laptops to the session.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Math Teaching Tools That Add Up to Student Success: Eureka Math Grades 3-5
Math Teaching Tools That Add Up to Student Success – Eureka Math Grades 3 - 5 | June 18 & 19 Eureka Math is a tier 1 math program for grades K - 8 and approved by the Louisiana Department of Education. Review instructional strategies used in Eureka modules and teaching tools to help you integrate Eureka into classroom lessons in this two-day workshop. Participants will share best practices and resources currently being effectively used in their instruction.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Mindstorm Robotics! Learn LEGO EV3
Mindstorm Robotics! Learn LEGO EV3 Teachers in Grades 5 – 8 June 25 & 26 Join Core Element for a two-day workshop and introduction LEGO EV3 Mindstorm Robotics. Learn from FIRST LEGO league representatives how to build, program and compete with an EV3 robot Teachers also discover how to establish a robotics program at your school. It is optional to bring a fully charged laptop to this training.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Inquiring Minds Want to Go -- LIGO Workshop
Inquiring Minds Want to Go -- LIGO Workshop Grades 5 – 8 Science Educators | June 27 & 28 Join the LIGO (The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) Science Education Center for a two-day workshop focused on inquiry, interactives, and the physical sciences. On day two of the workshop, attend a special guided field trip to the LIGO Science Education Center in Livingston! Completion of this workshop will qualify you for priority booking for your class for an extraordinary hands-on science field trip experience at the LIGO Science Education Center in Livingston, LA and financial support for bus transportation for your students. LIGO’s interactive displays are wonderfully designed to teach and motivate students.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Elementary STEM Exploration - Integrating Hands-on STEM in Elementary Curriculum
Elementary STEM Exploration - Integrating Hands-on STEM in Elementary Curriculum Grades K-5 July 8 & 9 Discover ways to implement hands-on STEM activities into your elementary classroom curriculum. This two-day workshop will introduce strategies for incorporating basic robotics, engineering, coding, and literacy, too! Gain a variety of STEM teaching resources to integrate into every subject!
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Engineer a Better World: Engineering is Everywhere Grades 6-8
Engineer a Better World: Engineering is Everywhere Grades 6-8 |July 17 &18 Explore Louisiana’s Student tandards for Science in grades 6 - 8, Phenomena-based instruction, and ways to integrate science and engineering practices using the Engineering is Elementary program in this two-day workshop. Educators who complete the workshop receive an Engineering is Everywhere kit complete with strategies to implement phenomena based science instruction in the classroom.
Ended $25.00 $0.00
High School Biology Standards
High School Biology High School Biology teachers - July 23 Calling high school biology teachers! Explore high school biology teaching strategies that align with the new Louisiana Student Standards for Science. Delve into curricula and assessment techniques.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00
Discover Your Inner Engineer - Engineering is Elementary
Discover Your Inner Engineer - Engineering is Elementary Grades 3-5 Grades 3 – 5 July 24 & 25 Explore Louisiana’s Student Standards for Science in grades 3 - 5, Phenomena-based instruction, and ways to ntegrate science and engineering practices using the Engineering is Elementary program in this two-day workshop. Educators who complete the workshop receive an Engineering is Elementary kit complete with strategies to implement phenomena-based science instruction in the classroom. Utilizing the 5E Instructional Model as a framework for lesson design, teachers will delve into the new Louisiana Student Standards for Science focusing on the practice of science, the 5E Instructional model, and how to help students develop models to explain scientific phenomena. Teachers should bring fully charged laptops to the session.
Aug 4, 2019 $25.00 $0.00

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Event Details

Core Element Summer STEM workshops are no cost to teachers in the Greater New Orleans Region. Teachers from schools outside of the region may attend for a nominal charge (please email tracey.zelden@core4kids.org  or michelle.mangum@core4kids.org for information). 

Participants must sign up for individual workshop sessions. Please select the workshop(s) that best fits your grade level and curriculum. A $25 deposit (payable online at registration) is required to hold your place in each workshop. At your completion of each workshop, your deposit will be returned to you. Deposits for those not attending without written notice of cancellation by May 30 will be forfeited.

NEW THIS SUMMER!!

Core Element will offer a series of content and grade related institutes for teachers in a varity of grade levels and topics. Here is the list of institutes offered, see below for details.

 

  • Google Classroom
  • Get it Right: Grant Writing to Support Classroom Instruction
  • Math Teaching Tools That Add Up to Student Success: Eureka Math
  • Mindstorm Robotics! Learn LEGO EV3 for Teachers in Grades 5-8
  • Inquiring Minds Want to Go: LIGO Worksop for 5th -8th Science Educators
  • Elementary STEM Exploration: Integrating Hands-on STEM in the Elementary Curriulum
  • LEAP 2025 Science Assessment for Grades 3-8
  • Engineer a Better World, Enginnering is Everywhere for Grades 6-8
  • High School Biology Standards
  • Discover Your Inner Engineer: Engineering is Elementary for Grades 3-5

 

 

Google Classroom 

All grade levels, June 11

Learn how to set up and implement Google Classroom! Uncover ways to manage your classroom more efficiently using a variety of Google tools that integrate with classroom teaching strategies and currently used programs.Teachers should bring fully charged laptops to the session.

 

Get it Right: Grant Writing to Support Classroom Instruction

All grade levels, June 12

Learn where to find and how to write grants to support classroom instruction. Bring your ideas for programs or materials for which you might seek funding and jump-start the grant writing process. Teachers should bring fully charged laptops to the session.

 

Math Teaching Tools That Add Up to Student Success – Eureka Math

Grades 3 - 5 | June 18 & 19

Eureka Math is a tier 1 math program for grades K - 8 and approved by the Louisiana Department of Education. Review instructional strategies used in Eureka modules and teaching tools to help you integrate Eureka into classroom lessons in this two-day workshop. Participants will share best practices and resources currently being effectively used in their instruction.

 Mindstorm Robotics! Learn LEGO EV3 

Teachers in Grades 5 – 8 June 25 & 26

Join Core Element for a two-day workshop and introduction LEGO EV3 Mindstorm Robotics. Learn from FIRST LEGO league representatives how to build, program  and compete with an EV3 robot Teachers also discover how to establish a robotics program at your school. It is optional to bring a fully charged laptop to this training. 

 

Inquiring Minds Want to Go -- LIGO Workshop

Grades 5 – 8  Science Educators | June 27 & 28

Join the LIGO (The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) Science Education Center for a two-day workshop focused on inquiry, interactives, and the physical sciences.

On day two of the workshop, attend a special guided field trip to the LIGO Science Education
Center in Livingston!

 Completion of this workshop will qualify you for priority booking for your class for an extraordinary hands-on science field trip experience at the LIGO Science Education
Center in Livingston, LA and financial support for bus transportation for your students. LIGO’s
interactive displays are wonderfully designed to teach and motivate students.

 

Elementary STEM Exploration - Integrating Hands-on STEM in Elementary Curriculum

Grades K-5 July 8 & 9

Discover ways to implement hands-on STEM activities into your elementary classroom curriculum. This two-day workshop will introduce strategies for incorporating basic robotics, engineering, coding, and literacy, too! Gain a variety of STEM teaching resources  to integrate into every subject!

 

Engineer a Better World: Engineering is Everywhere

 Grades 6-8 |July 17 &18 

Explore Louisiana’s Student tandards for Science in grades 6 - 8, Phenomena-based instruction, and ways to integrate science and engineering practices using the Engineering is Elementary program in this two-day workshop. Educators who complete the workshop receive an Engineering is Everywhere kit complete with strategies to implement phenomena based science instruction in the classroom.

 

High School Biology 

High School Biology teachers  - July 23
Calling high school biology teachers! Explore high school biology teaching strategies that align with the new Louisiana StudentStandards for Science. Delve into curricula and assessment techniques.

 

Discover Your Inner Engineer -  Engineering is Elementary

 

 

Grades 3 – 5 July 24 & 25

Explore Louisiana’s Student Standards for Science in grades 3 - 5, Phenomena-based instruction, and ways to  ntegrate science and engineering practices using the Engineering is Elementary program in this two-day  workshop. Educators who complete the workshop receive an Engineering is Elementary kit complete with strategies to implement phenomena-based science instruction in the classroom.

Utilizing the 5E Instructional Model as a framework for lesson design, teachers will delve into the new Louisiana Student Standards for Science focusing on the practice of science, the 5E Instructional model, and how to help students develop models to explain scientific phenomena. Teachers should bring fully charged laptops to the session.

 


 

 

 

 


 

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The University of New Orleans
Oliver St.Pe/TRAC Building
2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148

Monday, February 4, 2019 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 4:30 PM (CST)


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Core Element

Core Element is a regional collaborative between K-12, higher education, economic development, and business and industry institutions that are committed to improve the caliber of math and science education in our schools. 

Core Element provides:

  • Essential professional development training for K-12 science and math teachers,

  • Proven education curriculum and activities that encourage hands-on learning experiences in the classroom for students,

  • Support for out-of-classroom enrichment activities such as science fairs and robotics competitions.

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