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Professional Development Opportunity for High School Teachers

  • Class Type: Business and Industry
  • Location: Columbus
  • Start Date: July 14, 2020
  • Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

High school teachers are invited to Central Community College-Columbus July 14-16 for a fun and creative professional development opportunity.

Participants will learn about process instrumentation and control, a CCC mechatronics pathway, and get hands-on with demonstrations and lessons they can take back to their classroom. They will:

  • Build their own instrumentation trainer ($600 approximate value) to keep and use in their classroom.
  • Network with other teachers to write lessons relating to process instrumentation and control.
  • Interact with a panel of industry leaders and current mechatronics students.
  • Opportunity to work with visiting mechatronics instructor Doug Laven from South Central College in Minnesota.

Participants will receive:

  • A trainer with lesson ideas to engage students in STEM.
  • Valuable insight into high demand technical careers.
  • Lunch and a $110 daily stipend.

This opportunity is possible thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.

The registration deadline is May 1, but seats are limited and the workshop will be filled on a first-come, first served basis. Dorm rooms are available to those traveling a far distance.

Class Details

  • Address:
    4500 63rd St.
  • Location: CCC-Columbus, Student Center, Room 176-177 (on lower level)

Contact

For more information, to register for the workshop or to reserve a dorm room, contact Sue Baer at 402-562-1425; toll-free in Nebraska at 1-877-222-0780, ext. 1425; or sbaer@cccneb.edu.

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