Professional Workshop for STEAM Instructors
August 16-22, 2020
The Professional Workshop for STEAM professors will provide renowned instructors and state-of-the-art facilities for talented Latin American, Caribbean, and bilingual U.S. high school instructors. The instructors will have one-on-one collaborations with university professors, laboratory & field experience, and site visits, at one of the most prestigious science and technology universities in the nation.
The program extends beyond science education; it provides instructors with a wide range of science experiences to help them discover their grasp within the innovative world of science and reestablishes the importance of an interdisciplinary methodology based on practical skills. By the completion of the program, instructors become IOA STEAM Ambassadors, and have direct access to an international alumni network. Instructors will return with the knowledge and skills to further inspire their students’ scientific aspirations, and demonstrate that their professional endeavors are not limited by their backgrounds, ethnicities, or socio-economic statuses, if they wish to pursue a STEAM career.
The basic requirements for this program are:
- Interest in learning and implementing interdisciplinary methodologies in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and and Mathematics (STEAM) at a high school level.
- Interest in innovative ways to encourage students to become scientific leaders in the 21st
- Have completed (minimum) one year of academic instruction.
- Currently instruct a STEAM-academic course at the high school level for the 2019-2020 academic calendar.