Southwest Montana School Services and Mountain Goat Instructional Design are proud to present the 1st Annual Science Summer Institute, Making Science Meaningful, will be held at the Willson Building in downtown Bozeman, MT. The purpose of the conference is to help Montana K-12 educators navigate the new Montana Science Content Standards, which are based on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and is also open to educators from other states interested in three-dimensional teaching and learning.
Your $135 registration fee includes 2 amazing keynotes, a myriad of breakout sessions, lunch on day 1, a free book, OPI renewal units or 1 graduate credit from UM-Western are available, and... ____________________________________________
MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES KICK-OFF EVENT 6 - 8 PM SUNDAY, AUG. 12 __________________________________________________________________
Fun, educational, and FREE for conference attendees | Learn how the Museum of the Rockies can support your classroom through outreach & field trips | Tour exhibits | See a planetarium show | Peruse outreach kits
Key Note Speaker Sunday August 12th - Kim Quigley, SWMSS educational consultant with 40+ years of teaching experience, speak about American Indian traditional ecological knowledge and how to connect it to science in your classroom
Key Note Speakers for August 13-14th, 2018 - Conference keynotes include award-winning author Emily Morgan, co-author of the Picture-Perfect Science Lessons series and author of the Next Time You See picture book series, and Dr. Brandon Rodriguez, an education specialist from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The conference includes sessions by national and local science educators, authors, leading professional learning experts and exhibitors. ClickHERE for DETAILS & REGISTRATION
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About Mountain Goat Instructional Design, LLC Mountain Goat Instructional Design, LLC is a consulting firm specializing in design of science instruction. Owner Molly Ward, M.S. Science Education, and colleague, Melissa Tovaas, serve as representatives for the National Science Teachers Association in Montana and Wyoming, as well as professional learning and curriculum consultants supporting Southwest Montana School Services.