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Project Kaleidoscope(PKAL) Summer Leadership Institute
The PKAL Summer Leadership Institute is designed for early and mid-career STEM faculty engaged in leading projects aimed at transforming undergraduate STEM education in their classrooms, departments and institutions. These five-day intensive institutes provide faculty participants with the theory and practice required to act as agents of change in their home institutions or professional societies. They are held in the heart of the Rocky Mountains at the Baca Campus of Colorado College in Crestone, Colorado.
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Teaching Channel is a video showcase—on the Internet and TV—of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools.
With the help of the Tch community, Teaching Channel's mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America.
Teaching Channel video library offers educators a wide range of subjects for grades K-12. The videos also include information on alignment with Common Core State Standards and ancillary material for teachers to use in their own classrooms.
The PBS Teachers STEM Education Resource Center has many, many STEM education resources. PBS Teachers is PBS' national web destination for high-quality preK-12 educational resources. Here you'll find classroom materials suitable for a wide range of subjects and grade levels. There are thousands of lesson plans, teaching activities, on-demand video assets, and interactive games and simulations. These resources are correlated to state and national educational standards and are tied to PBS' award-winning on-air and online programming like NOVA, Nature, Cyberchase, Between the Lions and more.
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