The 2009 NJ Core Content Curriculum Standards for Science and the Next Generation Science Standards strongly support the integration of science topics and practices. Natural resource management is a topic ideally suited for the spirit of this integration, and Sterling Hill Mining Museum is the perfect venue to host a workshop on classroom applications of this topic. The museum is on the grounds of a former zinc mine that operated for over 100 years, closing in 1986. Participants will use this museum as their living laboratory while exploring all aspects of the mining process.
Join the elite science and engineering team from Sterling Hill this summer for a hands-on FREE workshop that uses problem-solving approaches to investigate the exploration, extraction, and processing of natural resources. This is the perfect STEM workshop as it will integrate aspects of science, technology, engineering, and math in the context of natural resource management.
Audience: Space is limited to 24 teachers, and middle school and high school science and technology teachers are welcome to apply for this FREE (a $200 value!) workshop. Preference will be given to teachers applying from the same school district.
Logistics: Participation in this workshop includes taking part in pre-workshop (August) webinar and post-workshop (October) webinars along with attending the full day workshop at Sterling Hill Mining Museum
in Ogdensburg, NJ. Attending teachers will receive classroom resources, and professional development hours.
Contact information: Missy Holzer at firstname.lastname@example.org