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STEM Teacher Training Programs

The VI Institute for STEM Education Research and Practice (VI-ISERP) also known as the STEM Institute, will provide teacher-training programs for STEM teachers in the USVI. These programs involve yearlong activities that begin with training during summer workshops.

The deadline to register for workshops is May 20, 2016.
Spaces are limited.

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2016 Workshop Dates & Titles

WEEK 1 – June 20-24
Project-Based Learning (PBL) for Culturally Responsive STEM Learning

WEEK 1 – June 20-24
Tech-in-STEM Training on Coding and Computing for Secondary STEM Teachers

WEEK 2 – June 27-July 1
Integrated STEM Learning and PBL with Relevant Mathematical and Scientific Modeling and Technologies 

ON FRIDAYS – June 24 & July 1
Leadership/Mentor Teacher Training

Workshops Open to Secondary Math & Science Teachers
These workshops are open to secondary mathematics and science teachers. Participants must commit to participate in yearlong follow-up activities. They should also be willing to both serve as a potential mentor teacher in their schools and allow other teachers to observe their practice.

For complete details on teacher requirements and what individual workshops cover,
view the 2016 Workshop Teacher Invitation below. Registration is also available online.
Use the links below and at top-right.

About VI-STEM Institute
These workshops are supported with funding from the National Science Foundation, through VI-EPSCoR grants. These professional development programs are built on a strategic partnership between the UVI College of Science and Mathematics, UVI School of Education and VI Department of Education.

VI-EPSCoR's K-12 education activities focus on strengthening the quality of science and math education in the Territory's public schools. They supported the development of a new Masters program in Mathematics for Secondary Educators at UVI and have partnered with the University's Division of Education and Division of Science and Mathematics, the Virgin Islands Department of Education, and other community stakeholders in a National Science Foundation Math-Science Partnership (MSP-Start) planning grant to strengthen K-12 STEM education in the territory.