Professional Development Opportunity Detail Page
|Name:||Modeling Workshops: Mechanics, Electricity|
|School/Institution:||Buffalo State College|
|Opportunity Type:||Modeling Workshop
|Teacher Level:||High School
|Description:||Probable peer leaders:
Phil Coburn, Craig Uhrich (PHY 620: mechanics; 6 credits)
Dave Doty, Larry Hiller (PHY 622: e & m; 6 credits)
Click here to learn more about the Modeling Instruction Program and the American Modeling Teachers Association (AMTA) or visit http://modelinginstruction.org/teachers/workshops/ to find information on Modeling Workshops nationwide.
|Duration:||3 weeks (MTWThF)|
Benefits and Requirements
|Cost:||In 2012, the cost was $2245 tuition for in-state teachers|
|Benefits:||College Transcript Credit
|Benefit Explanation:||Tuition was $3595 for out-of-state teachers in 2012.
Limited financial support might be available: see
Low-cost on-campus dorm housing is available.
These courses are part of an MSEd (Physics) program, and other graduate physics summer and regular semester evening and online courses are also available.
|Other Prerequisites:||Two semesters of college physics.
A mechanics Modeling Workshop is prerequisite to the 2nd semester content Modeling Workshop.
Professional Development Opportunity Contact Information
Dan MacIsaac, Ph.D., Professor of Physics
Department of Physics, Buffalo State College
Buffalo, NY 14222