Science and Mathematics
Minority Students
Professional Development
Fin. Aid for Educators & Students
 


The Chèche Konnen Center
Funded by the NSF to improve elementary and middle school science for language minority students, the Center uses a research-based approach to teacher professional development that integrates inquiry and reflection.

ERIC – Clearinghouse on Rural and Small Schools
The Conference Calendar features lists of events by category, including American Indian & Alaska Native and Mexican American Educational Conferences.

ERIC – Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) provides information on becoming a teacher, resources for teachers, overviews of education topics with bibliographies, and access to the comprehensive ERIC database.

National Association of Biology Teachers
NABT website offers a comprehensive list of summer workshops and professional development activities for educators.

SACNAS K-12 Teacher Workshops
SACNAS offers an intensive science and math training at this institute held at the Society’s annual national conference. Learn about inquiry-based science and math teaching, receive curriculum materials and take part in hands-on activities that prepare you to incorporate science and math into your classroom.

The Science Service
The Science Training Program is a directory of science training programs and summer opportunities for students and pre-college teachers.

Teach For America
TFA offers diverse recent college graduates of all academic majors the opportunity to teach for two years in under-resourced urban and rural public schools.

TEOK Investigations Week-long accredited professional development seminars on the Science of Ecosystems or Geoscience on the Big Island.

 
Suggested links can be emailed to k12program@sacnas.org
 
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