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Energy Workshop for K-12 Educators
Feb 20, 2013 | 654 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
ConocoPhillips and the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project have partnered for the sixth year to provide teachers in 14 cities with curriculum and training opportunities. We believe it is important to provide energy professional development opportunities for classroom teachers and to provide engaging and exciting energy curriculum for students in today’s classrooms.

Thanks to the sponsorship of ConocoPhillips, there is no cost to attend the workshop Thursday, Feb. 28 at Karnes City ISD, 314 N. Hwy 123, Karnes City. Breakfast, lunch, and substitute reimbursement are included. Substitute reimbursement forms are provided at the workshop. Schools/Districts will be reimbursed for the substitute.

Participation in this workshop provides educators with a Free Need Science of Energy Kit designed to teach the concepts of force, motion, light, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism, and energy transformations through hands-on activities.

Register now. Tell friends. Register by February 20.

To register online for the workshop visit: www.regonline.com/needcopkarnescity2013. Confirmation will be sent via e-mail after your registration is completed, please set your spam filter to accept e-mail from regonline@regonline.com. Directions will be sent with registration confirmation.

Contact Wendi Moss at 1-800-875-5029 or at wmoss@need.org with questions.

The NEED Project works with local, state, and national energy organizations, companies, and government agencies to design and deliver high quality, engaging, objective energy curriculum and teacher training to schools nationwide. NEED activities are aligned to state science standards and many state CTE standards as well.
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