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Adventures with STEM
 Presented by the Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership (MAP)


Tuesdays – May 14th & May 21st
9:30AM – 12:00PM

9 Arlington Street – Chelsea, MA 02150

Want to learn more about linking the MA ESE “Science and Technology/Engineering” Curriculum Frameworks and Guiding Principles used in the public school systems to your OST programming? Join MAP and out-of-school time educators for a .5-CEU course designed to support staff as they develop STEM programming for OST youth that is aligned with MA Curriculum Standards. At this 2-part training participants will:

  • Use planning materials to promote the learning and teaching of elementary science, engineering and technology through observation and interest-based planning techniques
  • Develop fun, engaging, hands-on informal STEM lessons for OST settings that will help the school-age child increase knowledge of science and technology/engineering in an exploratory manner 
  • Strengthen their capacity to connect with schools more intentionally
Registration Link: http://region6eps.bostonabcd.org/home/fy2013-courses/ceu201213-17
For more information about the training, please contact Nicole Wilkins at (617) 338-0005.

This class is offered by the Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership (MAP) through the Region 6 EPS Collaborative. For more class offerings, view the EEC Professional Development Calendar at www.eec.state.ma.us or the Region 6 webpage at http://region6eps.bostonabcd.org/

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