2019 STEM Educator Training in Project-Based Learning
Pearl Harbor Historic Sites
June 5-7, 2019 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
‘Imiloa Astronomy Center
June 10, 2019. 8:30am – 3:30pm
Calling all 3rd-8th grade teachers!
Join us this summer for an exciting workshop using a proven multi-disciplinary approach to STEM instruction. Taught by experienced STEM educators from the U.S. Naval Academy and the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, this program features engaging, ready-to-use lessons adaptable for your students.
The Pearl Harbor Historic Sites offer authentic and relevant venues for STEM learning, connecting the history of technology and innovation with STEM opportunities of the future. Discover, explore, test ideas, and learn how STEM impacts real world challenges. Registration provides copies of all curriculum materials and some surprise giveaways!
Join us for a proven, multi-disciplinary approach to STEM instruction featuring:
• Engaging, ready-to-use lessons aligned with NGSS and adaptable for your students
• Opportunities to discover, explore, and test ideas in authentic STEM settings
• Collaborative activities that connect the history of technology and innovation with STEM pathways
• Mechanics & Simple Machines
• Energy, Electricity, and Chemistry
• Air and Space Technology
• Engineering Design
What your colleagues are saying about the STEM Educator Training program:
“The experience was amazing! I felt very uneasy about teaching STEM but this training has boosted my confidence. I’m excited to take this back to my school and students.”
“This training helped me build my knowledge-bank of science, math, and engineering topics that can be tied to a variety of topic areas.”
Space is limited. Register Today!