Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

Research Experience for Teachers: Remote Sensing in the Air

Saturday, March 10, 2018 8:16 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

MIT Haystack Observatory will host two local high school science teachers for 7–8 weeks in summer 2018, to be paid under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Located 40 miles northwest of Boston, MIT Haystack is a research center engaged in atmospheric science, radio astronomy, geodesy, computer science, and engineering. Teachers will work with staff scientists on a project using observational instruments and will receive hands-on experience. The goal of the program is for STEM teachers to develop a series of inquiry-based introductory lesson plans for a particular high school level. 

Complete details can be found in the program announcement.

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