GYSTC has developed sessions over the years to address the needs of schools in our region that include the following topics: Vocabulary, formative Assessment, Writing in Science, Literacy, Inquire-Based Instruction, Project Based Learning, or STEM. These sessions can be delivered in a format that best meets the needs of your school such as planning periods, after school, or on professional learning days.
With few exceptions, all of the materials, resources, and services listed are available at no cost to schools and teachers from membership systems. For additional information, please contact the Regional Coordinator, Cathy Fontenot, at (770) 328-8530 or email@example.com.
Project Wet, Project Wild & Project Learning Tree Workshops
* Correlated to the Georgia Standards of Excellence
University of West Georgia
College of Education
1601 Maple Street
Carrollton, Ga 30117
August 3, 2018:
Project LEARNING TREE
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
October 16 & 17, 2018:
January 25, 2019
8:30 AM- 4:30 PM
Classes are free; books are $26 for each class.
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What is Stem?
Still a little nervous about crossing over and incorporating STEM into your classroom? Join us for a fun time of STEM basics and participate in STEM activities related to GSE (Georgia Standards of Excellence).
Distinguish between a "project" and "project-based learning" while developing a framework for how to implement PBL into your classroom. Leave with some PBL ideas to try in your classroom.
If you are interested in checking out this equipment, you must attend a training session. Learn tips on set up and care for the Star Lab. Leave with links of lesson ideas from teaching topics from the solar system, plant cell, Greek Mythology to Earth's Geography. Also, learn how to use the hover craft and Van de Graaff Generator.
Linking Literature: STEM Lessons Based on Books
Using a framework, teachers will develop lessons and engineering challenges based on texts they're already reading with their students. This is curriculum integration at its best.