Sharpen your STEM pedagogy skills with Carnegie Science Center’s Teaching Excellence Academy. The Winter/Spring 2017 Semester offers opportunities for educators in all grade levels, with specific workshops in STEM, early learner education, and the engineering design process.
Act 48 credit and certificate of participation provided upon successful completion of each workshop. Workshops are held at Carnegie Science Center on Pittsburgh's North Shore. Prices include free parking.
To register, click on the registration links below or call 412.237.1637.
Or bring the workshop to you!
Any of these workshops can also be delivered on-site at your school. Call Jason Brown, Director of Science and Education, at 412.237.3399 for more information.
Intro to Fab Lab
Tuesday, May 9, 9 am – 3 pm
Audience: Grade 3–12 teachers
In this interactive full-day workshop, use and explore the technologies that Fab Lab has to offer: 2D and 3D design software, 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC routing, and more. These hands-on projects will help spark ideas for integrating making in the classroom. Plus, you can take your creations back to the classroom.
Members get discount rates on select programs!
Non-members can add programs to your cart and buy a membership at checkout!
NEW! Far Out Space Places
Date: Wednesday, May 3, 4 pm – 7 pm
Audience: K–3 teachers
Find out how to excite and involve your youngest students in space exploration. Start off with a brand new live theater show in the Buhl Planetarium, Expedition: Solar System! Then it’s your turn to be the explorer. Discover hands-on activities that will introduce your early learners to robotic spacecraft, the planets of the solar system, and concepts of gravity and microgravity.