STEM Instructors Workshop Q&A

What is the Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?

The five-day workshop, complementary to the Science & Innovation Summer Camp, engages high school instructors in an idea-generating program designed to promote innovative teaching techniques in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The program is developed and hosted by the Institute of the Americas on UC San Diego campus, with some of the most remarkable and well-known STEM professors in their respective fields. In addition to classroom instruction and field visits, the program offers all of its educators the opportunity to meet colleagues from other countries and discuss challenges they currently face.

When is the Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?
Where is the Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?
Who can attend the IOA Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?
How can I apply for the Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?
Will I receive accreditation attending the workshop?
Will I have to provide transportation?
If I am not selected for the current Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors, can I reapply for the following year?
What will I need to bring to the workshop?
Do I have to attend the entire five days of the Professional Workshop for STEM Instructors?
What if I have another obligation during the workshop, may I still attend?
What does the workshop typically entail?

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For over 30 years, the Institute of the Americas has promoted sustainable and inclusive economic growth, productivity, and prosperity in the Americas through public-private sector collaboration, research, training and capacity building.