Energy in Fluids and Thermodynamics: Inquiry Methods for Physics and Physical Science with NGSS
June 18 - 29, 2018
Energy in Fluids and Thermodynamics:
Inquiry Methods for Physics and Physical Science with NGSS
Dates: June 18-29, 2018
Time: M-F, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Physics department at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls and the American Association of Physics Teachers' PTRA program have provided in-service teachers with high quality, in depth, and useful educational experiences for nearly 30 years. This two week workshop focuses on teaching Physics and Physical Science courses that help students meet and exceed the Next Generation Science Standards for Energy, using fluids and thermodynamics as the topics of interest. Emphasis will be on Physics content knowledge, active learning techniques, and engineering design applications specific to the NGSS. The workshop may be taken as continuing education or to earn 3 graduate credits.
For more information on costs and registration, please go to: www.uwrf.edu/PHYS/Summer.cfm
Please contact Lowell McCann (Lowell.McCann@uwrf.edu) with any questions about this workshop.