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Cal Poly Modeling Series 2018


When: July 9 - July 20, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Where: Building 180, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (Exact studio classroom locations will be emailed in early July)
Additional Details: Workshop materials, parking and lunch Provided


CESAME is partnering with Western Regional Noyce Initiative (WRNI) and are pleased to offer two concurrent, two-week professional development courses this summer in chemistry and physics.

These workshops are structured inquiry approaches to high school physics and chemistry teaching that incorporate computer technology and insights from The Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standard and current education research.

For more information, see the workshop descriptions and the flyer.

Approved by Cal Poly Extended Education for one, three or six CEUs (fees not included in registration).


Sorry, REGISTRATION if FULL although if you are a NOYCE scholar or local teacher please contact cesame @calpoly.edu

Please check back next year!

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San Luis Obispo Weather

PCV Connections Optional Housing

Contact Information:

General Questions:    cesame@calpoly.edu or 805-756-2859   
Local Teacher Questions:  Jenny Cruz, jmcruz@calpoly.edu or (805)756-2859    Western Regional Noyce Scholars Questions:  Erica Garcia, egarc150@calpoly.edu or (805) 756-2875


This Modeling series is funded by two grants:

•CESAME Cotchett Educational Grant
•Western Regional Noyce Initiative (WRNI)

CESAME and WRNI are providing funding that allows us to waive the registration cost and provide a stipend for local teachers and selected Noyce scholars and alumni.In addition, WRNI has provided funding to support traveling for a limited number of Noyce participants. Noyce scholars will be notified if they are selected, and will be given instructions regarding the funds available to assist them with their travel.

$250 stipend will be included for:

San Luis Obispo, Northern Santa Barbara County and Souhern Monterey County Secondary teachers
•Selected Noyce Scholars/Alumni (can also qualify for travel expenses)

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