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AAAS Project 2061 PD Workshops: Using the Atlas of Science Literacy

Using Atlas of Science Literacy Workshops

Designed for K-12 science teachers, curriculum specialists, and other educators and researchers, these workshops demonstrate how participants can use the conceptual strand maps in Atlas 1 and Atlas 2, along with other Project 2061 resources, to enhance their own understanding of science literacy and take a benchmarks-based approach to helping all students achieve literacy in science, mathematics, and technology. Atlas of Science Literacy is co-published by AAAS and NSTA.
  • Washington, DC, Mar. 2-4, 2009
  • Madison, WI, Jun. 22-24, 2009
  • Durham, NC, Sept. 14-16, 2009

Using Atlas of Science Literacy in Informal Science Learning Settings

For some new perspectives on making your programs and exhibits more relevant to K-12 teachers and students, please join us for a new workshop designed especially for science center and museum staff who work with school-based audiences. You'll learn how to use the Atlas of Science Literacy strand maps and other Project 2061 resources to view your programs and exhibits through a new lens.
Museum of Science and Technology (MOSI), Chicago, IL, March 11-13.

Scholarships and Early Bird rates are available, but registration is limited. For more details and a registration form, please visit our workshop information page, and check the Project 2061 web site often for our most up-to-date information at http://www.project2061.org/events/workshops/default.htm. If your institution would like to co-host a workshop, go to http://www.project2061.org/events/workshops/cohost.pdf for more details.