1-Day Green Chemistry Workshop for High School Science Teachers

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1-Day Green Chemistry Workshop for High School Science Teachers

Warner-Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry is hosting a special 1-day Green Chemistry workshop for high school teachers on June 29, 2017.  This one-day training will feature an introduction to green chemistry, industry examples of green technologies and green chemistry replacement labs. The training will present how to incorporate green chemistry principles and practices into the classroom in alignment with NGSS and MA STE standards.
 
Location: Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry 100 Research Dr., Wilmington, MA 01887
Register by: by June 12th $25 reserves your space http://gchem.us/SumR2017
To participate contact: Kate Anderson at kate_anderson@beyondbenign.org
 
Taking place at the teaching laboratory located at the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, participants will have an opportunity to tour the facility and engage with scientists who are inventing green technologies.   Following the training, teachers will have access to Beyond Benign’s extensive repository of green chemistry curriculum and will be connected to a national network of sustainable science educators. Participants will also be eligible to earn professional development points (PDP’s) through a partnership with Bridgewater State University.
Instruction Team: Kate Anderson, Beyond Benign Director of Education, who earned her Master’s in Education: Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Environmental Education from Florida Atlantic University in 2006.
Amy Cannon, Ph.D., Beyond Benign Executive Director, Amy holds a Ph.D. in Green Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts. Amy co-founded Beyond Benign in 2007 in order to bring the science of green chemistry to K–12 classrooms and higher education.    Beyond Benign Lead Teachers (peer teachers with green chemistry classroom experience) 
 
About Us Since 2007, Beyond Benign has disseminated sustainable science and green chemistry curriculum, case studies in innovation, lab experiments and outreach activities in K–12 and higher education throughout the world. More at beyondbenign.org.