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Check out this workshop from IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute:
Join us for a workshop, for middle- and high-school science teachers, on some of the types of extreme weather we experience here in Indiana. We’ll focus on how these phenomena develop and move, and how they impact our daily lives. Topics will include tornadoes; winter weather; and if time permits, also heavy rainfall / flash flooding and heat waves. We will demonstrate and share some hands-on activities you can do with your students, and we’ll also provide time for you to work on adapting those activities for your own classrooms.
This workshop will be held at the IU School of Education from 9am to 3pm with breakfast starting at 8:30. Participating teachers will be provided with hands-on materials and resources, $150 stipends, breakfast and lunch, and follow-up support. This workshop is generously funded by two anonymous foundations and the support of the IU Environmental Resilience Institute.