For more information about the unit "A Hemodialysis Case Study", click here.
For more information contact us at email@example.com.
Using INSPIRES to Support Integration of
Engineering Design in Science and Technology Education
The INSPIRES Curriculum is supported by research-based pedagogy for engaging and improving learning for all students in the diverse classroom, and includes strategies that support student-centered learning through problem-solving, analytical reasoning, communication, and collaboration.
The INSPIRES Program will offer to its participants:☀ Improved, research-based pedagogy to help you meet Student Learning Objectives
☀ The opportunity to earn a stipend
☀ Lesson plans and supplies for your classroom to support unit implementation
☀ Opportunities to attend and present at conferences at no cost to you
The INSPIRES Program requires of its participants:☀ Attendance at two 5-day Professional Development institutes, August 3-7, 2015 and Summer 2016
☀ Implementation of the unit in an identified course in fall 2015 and 2016
☀ Participation in monthly reflection meetings to support teacher learning and build a community of practice
☀ Optional attendance at a third summer institute in 2017 for leadership development and expanded learning
☀ Participation in required NSF evaluation process, including surveys, videotaping of lesson implementation, and interviews
Find out more information about inspires.umbc.eduFor additional information, contact:
Claudia Morrell, Program Manager, INSPIRES BCPS, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Schumacker, Director, Office of Science, PreK-12, email@example.com; or
Douglas Handy, Office of Career and Technology Education, firstname.lastname@example.org