You may apply for one or more of the following workshops:
Each workshop is open to high school teachers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics from the Northern Appalachian region (Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and Western Maryland).
Each educator who wishes to attend must submit an application.
In addition to your application, you must submit a one page letter of support from an administrator or department chair that explains how your attendance at the workshop(s) will benefit you and your school.
Participants will be asked to complete various surveys during and after the workshops as part of an NSF research study. Lodging and parking will be provided on campus for no charge for the entire stay for each accepted participant who wishes to use it. In addition, breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided on each day of your workshop(s). Travel costs and parking will be reimbursed.
Teachers will receive a $400 stipend for each workshop they attend. Additional incentives will be offered for participating in subsequent surveys.
ACT 48 and other professional development credit will be available to participants who complete each workshop.
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS EXTENDED TO June 13, 2012 for COMPUTATIONAL THINKING AND JAVA WORKSHOPS.
REGISTRATION FOR ALICE WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED.
OR POSTAL MAIL:
Ms Barbara Grandillo
Re: ACTIVATE 2012
Computer Science Department
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact Tom Cortina by email at email@example.com for any additional information or questions about these workshops.
Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (DRL-0833496)
Additional support provided by Oracle