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STEM Ed Announcement: Physics Teachers Network Meeting
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- Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Physics Teachers Network Meeting
- From: "Mort Sternheim" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2013 20:06:12 -0500
This is not a UMass program
Contact information is below.
The Boston University Physics Teacher Network is a community of
professional teachers with a shared interest and love for teaching
Come share your favorite activity and/or teaching strategy. Enjoy a
brief seminar on cutting edge discoveries in physics. Take away a
new laboratory activity that can be used in your classroom
tomorrow. Learn how the new science learning standards will impact
your school district and classroom. Enjoy the company,
conversation and collective wisdom of other professionals who like
you have a passion for teaching physics.
Mark Your Calendars!
Boston University Physics Teachers Network Meeting
Monday, January 28, 2013 from 4:30PM to 6:30PM
Physics Research Building Room #595
A light dinner will be served and parking is available by request.
Our November 26th Meeting: We had over 25 teachers participate in
our November meeting and we are looking forward to another
afternoon of physics demonstrations, energetic collegial
conversation and a shared meal. My thanks to Professor Black for
providing a highly informative seminar on the Higgs Boson and the
CERN high energy facility. Also, my thanks and sincere appreciation
to Jeff Bigler, John Macuk and Andrew Duffy for entertaining us and
educating us with the great physics demonstrations they provided.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE RSVP your intentions and needs. Let me know (1)
if you plan on attending (we need this information for food
planning), (2) if you will be providing a demonstration to share
(we need this information for scheduling the first hour), (3)
whether you need a parking pass.
Mark D. Greenman
PhysTEC Master Teacher in Residence
Boston University Physics Department
Physics Research Building (PRB) Room 357
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