PLTW Teachers

         ATTENTION TEACHERS:  3-credit hour Course at the University of Missouri-Columbia   
       NE7313:  Nuclear Science & Engineering for Secondary Science Teachers.
     June 10 - 14, 2019This one-week course is designed to support instructors who wish to develop a deeper understanding of nuclear science and to implement this information in their classroom.  The class is designed specifically for high school    science teachers to provide the basics of nuclear science, types of radiation (including radiation detection and protection), industrial applications of nuclear science, and current and future nuclear power generation technologies (including the    current fleet, and small modular and advanced reactor concepts). Presentations will be technically oriented at an introductory graduate level, and are structured for secondary teachers of physics, biology, chemistry, mathematics, earth sciences,    and related subjects.   
   The NE7313 class addresses the Next Generation Science Standards Disciplinary Core Ideas in the Physical Sciences, PS.1:  Matter and Its Interactions (including HS-PS1-8). For an application form or additional information,    visit or contact the course instructor, Dr. William Miller, at .   
 Costs for participation in this class are paid by course sponsors 
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