Professional Development Workshops

This integrated workshop models effective science teaching in a simulated classroom learning environment.

Based on the needs of north Texas K-12 classroom teachers, the 6-hour Saturday sessions will make a positive contribution to Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex air quality in 2004 by encouraging curriculum implementation to promote air quality awareness in public schools.

Aligned to state standards, teachers will earn 6 hours of professional development training that count toward TEEAC recognition.

 

 Dallas Area

Saturday, June 19, 2004

University of Texas at Dallas

Teacher Development Center

2601 N. Floyd Road | Richardson, Texas 75083

 

 Ft. Worth Area

Saturday, June 26, 2004

University of North Texas

Health Science Center at Fort Worth

3500 Camp Bowie | Fort Worth, Texas 76107

 

Agenda

Sign-in and set-up starts at 8:30

9 - 12

Understanding AIR

R ‘Community Juggling’ R ‘Heart beat health’ R ‘Andy Airedale’ R  ‘Inquiring minds’ R 'Cricket respiration' R ‘Under pressure’ R ‘Air lift’ R

Monitoring Quality

R ‘Microtrek treasure hunt’ R ‘Where is the air?’ R ‘Wind bag’ R  ‘What do all those colors mean?’ R ‘What does dirty air do to my lungs?’  R ‘Quick frozen critters’ R

12 - 1

"Working" Lunch

R Box lunches provided! R ‘Prairie memoirs’ R ‘Noise pollution’ R Personal break R

1 - 4

 

Making a Difference

R ‘Too close for comfort’ R ‘Adaptation and survival’ R ‘What makes the sky dirty?’ R ‘Why can’t I go outside to play?’ R ‘What can I do to help the air’ R ‘The rag man’ R ‘Environmental barometer’

Breathing Deeply

R TXU Clean Air R AIR spinners! R Electronic data collection equipment drawing R Materials distribution...

 

SESSIONS ARE LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS!

COST: $0.00, thanks to our sponsors (listed below)... and contributors (listed above).

UT-Dallas | TXU | North Texas Clean Air Coalition | UNT HSC

 

Please visit their respective homepages at: UTD TDC | TXU | NTCAC | UNT HSC.