About This Project
Each summer we will host a cohort of 5th-8th grade science teachers at The National WWII Museum. They will learn how to use our Real World Science curriculum to engage students in hands-on, minds-on science activities. These activities connect literacy, STEM, and history to get students solving problems.
Who can apply?
Any teacher with 3-10 years of science teaching experience, who expects to be teaching science again next year to 4th-8th graders, can apply for the Real World Science Summer Seminar.
You will come to New Orleans to spend a week at The National WWII Museum and in the lab of a partner university. You will learn how to teach science connected to history, with an emphasis on the nature and practice of science, and with extensions in literacy.