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Not Your Typical Summer Science Workshop – Science in the Rockies

Spangler Summer Science WorkshopJust look at these pictures from Science in the Rockies last year and you’ll see why we don’t consider this your typical summer science workshop for teachers. Do not plan to attend Science in the Rockies 2008 if you are motivated by PowerPoint presentation, like quiet reading time from an outdated science text, hate to get your hands dirty, or have a fear of flying potatoes. One teacher described Science in the Rockies as the science methods class she never had but really needed!

Science in the Rockies 2008 is scheduled for July 9-11 in Denver at the Sheraton Denver West conference center. Registration is still open, but as of this morning there are fewer than two dozen spots available. Years ago, teachers who took this workshop called it a “science boot camp” – an intensive experience designed to inspire, motivate and move you into action… and the concept stuck. This boot camp is for K-5 teachers who need creative science integration strategies… who are tired of trying to “squeeze” science into their already packed teaching schedule… and who want to make science even more fun and meaningful in their classroom.

Join us in Denver in July for a truly one of a kind experience.

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  1. Nancy
    Nancy says:

    I registered for Science in the Rockies about six months ago after hearing about it at the NAEYC Conference in Chicago!
    I am STOKED! I am so excited to spend time with teachers who are as entusiastic about science as I am!!!!!! Cool Science Teachers UNITE…. See You There!


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