Immerse yourself in a three-day workshop for high school teachers of physics. Participants will work with scientists from Fermilab and the University of Chicago to look at the research projects done by our QuarkNet students, and transform those ideas into student learning at their schools. Active QuarkNet teachers meet annually to learn and share inquiry-based teaching methods that teach basic introductory physics concepts in a context of particle physics, something that students find exciting. Participants should expect to attend additional sessions throughout the school year.
Participants attending the summer workshop will receive a $300 stipend for full attendence.
Register early because space is limited.
For question, contact George Dzuricsko or Chris Stoughton, the physicist mentor for the Fermilab/University of Chicago QuarkNet Center.