Science in the Rockies Steve Spangler ScienceOur premier event, Science in the Rockies, is gearing up for another year this week. Almost 140 teachers from across America and the world have arrived in Colorado for hands-on science teaching training from our talented staff of science teachers and educators.

The sold-out high-energy event runs for three days and includes intense professional staff development training to help teachers motivate students and bring science into their classrooms.

If you couldn’t make it this year, watch our Science in the Rockies website for upcoming registration information for 2011. This event sells out fast, so keep up with the latest news and receive notification when registration opens for next year, sign up for our Experiment of the Week newsletter.

Jump in and participate with Science in the Rockies 2010 by following updates on our Facebook Fan Page, on Twitter by following @spanglerscience and hashtag #sitr, watching videos and our Flickr gallery on our Science in the Rockies page. We will also be posting updates, pictures and more right here on the blog.

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  1. […] Day 1 of Science in the Rockies was too fun. We explored the properties of air and even vacuum packed a few teachers for ultimate freshness. We also did glow demos and density activities. A few of the favorite activities was playing with Squidy and Wind Bags, making our own soccer match Vuvuzela’s and smoke rings. […]

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