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STEM Ed Announcement: Teachers wanted for elementary engineerng study

This is not a UMass program
 Contact information is below.
 Are you a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade teacher? Do you enjoy teaching  
 science? The Museum of Science is currently recruiting teachers for  
 E4, a National Science Foundation-funded study of engineering  
 curricula for elementary classrooms. Massachusetts is one of only
 four states selected for the study.
 The E4 study compares two engineering curricula. As a study  
 participant, you'll teach one of these two curricula in your  
 classroom, along with your usual science lessons, during two academic  
 E4 curricula are designed to put the "E" in STEM for your students.  
 Both curricula help you meet the Massachusetts Science and  
 Technology/Engineering Framework plus Next Gen and Common Core  
 Participating teachers receive:
       A stipend of at least $700
       More than 24 hours of STEM professional development
       Travel and housing support for PD workshops
       All study-related curriculum materials (teacher guide,
       materials kits, student journals)
 Visit www.E4NSF.org for more information and to apply.
 Questions? Contact Kristin Sargianis (kristin@E4NSF.org;

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