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Teacher and Scientist NGSS Roundtable

The Teacher and Scientist NGSS Roundtable is a one-day professional development experience for teachers in the San Diego area. Participating teachers will have a chance to interact with MRSEC scientists in small groups. Teachers who register will be provided with a kit they can utilize to follow along during the course of the event. After successfully meeting the criteria, teachers are eligible for a $100 stipend for their participation. 
 

How is MRSEC working together with the Fleet Science Center?

In an effort to intentionally reach the public, the UC San Diego MRSEC team will work with the Fleet Science Center to connect the community to the work that will be happening at MRSEC. Teacher-Scientist Roundtable is one way that the UC San Diego MRSEC team will work with the Fleet Science Center to connect teachers to explore Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the expertise of MRSEC scientists. 

Additionally, the Fleet will also engage in community listening to help inform the design of MRSEC educational programs that can reach the public.


Who should attend? 

Middle school and high school teacher who lead or will be leading science inquiry within their classrooms in the upcoming academic year to attend.

 


Stipend Information and Payment

Teachers who register and successfully complete the criteria are eligible for a $100 stipend for their participation. 

Eligible participants will receive payment of stipend upon completion and submission of all required criteria. The Fleet Science Center will be responsible for the distribution of the stipend payments via mail. 

Criteria Due Date
Register Here Ongoing until capacity is reached
Fill out and Email W-9 Before November 28, 2022
Attend Teacher Scientist Roundtable Event December 1, 2022
Complete the Teacher-Scientist Roundtable Survey December 1, 2022
 

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact us!


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The UC San Diego MRSEC is supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF Award Number DMR-2011924