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nullThe goal of the UCLA Science Project is to design and implement programs that identify, develop and promote strategies that make good science instruction available and accessible to all students. Believing that good teaching begins with a life long commitment to learning, the UCLA Science Project offers several programs throughout the year designed to foster collaborative communities of researchers and practitioners. Through these collaborations, the UCLA Science Project aims to deepen teacher’s science content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge in order to better meet the needs of their students.

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For Teachers

March

High School Nanotechnology — Biotoxicity

March 15 – 8:00AM-1:45PM
Facilitators: CNSI Graduate Students & Teacher Leaders
Venue: UCLA CNSI • Fee: none
Register here: http://cnsi.ctrl.ucla.edu/nanoscience/pages/homepage


Common Core and NGSS approach to Chemistry

March 22 – 8:30AM-12:30PM
Facilitator: Henry Ortiz
Venue: TBD • Fee: $40

 

April

 

High School Nanotechnology — Water Filtration

April 26 – 8:00AM-1:45PM
Facilitator: CNSI Graduate Students and Teacher Facilitators
Venue: UCLA CNSI • Fee: none
Register here: http://cnsi.ctrl.ucla.edu/nanoscience/pages/homepage

 

May

High School Nanotechnology — Supercapacitors

May 17 – 8:00AM-1:45PM
Facilitators: CNSI Graduate Students and Teacher
Venue: UCLA CNSI • Fee: none
Register here: http://cnsi.ctrl.ucla.edu/nanoscience/pages/homepage

 

July

3rd Annual Engaging Young Minds

July 29 - August 1, 2014
A four-day institute featuring a Common Core approach to the K-6 Next Generation Science Standards.
Venue: Sally Ride Center in LAUSD • Fee: $50
>> Click here for more information and to register.

 

For Students

UCLA YOUNG SCHOLARS SUMMER PROGRAM
For Students Entering Transitional Kindergarten - 6th Grade

UCLA Young Scholars Summer Program 2014

 

JULY 7-25, 2014

Nora Sterry Elementary School

Registration is open!
Click here for more information.

The Young Scholars Program, in collaboration with UCLA Lab School, will engage students in hands-on learning that promotes critical thinking, academic enrichment and social development. Most important, they will have fun!

 

 

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