Inspiring Innovation in Student Research Teacher Workshops

teacherworkshopInspiring Innovation in Student Research 

A Summer 2022 Workshop 

Want to learn how to inspire your students to conduct independent research, supporting scientific inquiry and engineering design? Interested in learning how to assist students in topic selection, time management, and presentation of science and engineering research? Interested in supporting students in participating in science and engineering research competitions? This workshop is for you!

The following topics will be discussed during the workshop: 

  • How to foster and guide inquiry based scientific and engineering research in the classroom. 
  • How to initiate, manage, and evaluate student science and engineering research projects. 
  • You will be introduced to out-of-school opportunities for students to engage in and present their research.

Date: June 30, 2022

Time: 9:00AM-3:30PM

Location: Elizabeth City State University

The full-day, interactive workshop is free, face to face, and designed for teachers in grades 6-12.  A certificate for 1 CEU will be awarded to those who participate in the full day and submit complete associated work. Complete this form by June 17, 2022 to register for the workshop. Space is limited and acceptance will be on a first come, first served basis, followed by a waitlist.

This event is hosted by the NC Collaborative for Advancing Student-Led Research supported by the NC SMT Center and Burroughs Wellcome Fund, & The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) in Partnership with Elizabeth City State University. The NC Collaborative for Advancing Student-Led Research is working to increase the number and diversity of students engaged in student-led STEM Research in North Carolina. This critically vital Collaborative merges the forces and resources of STEM outreach and research organizations in order to support the development of K-12 student science and engineering practices with critical thinking and communication skills essential in STEM careers.