[NHDOE-ETNews] Elementary Summer Science Institute (ESSI) 2017

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Wed May 10 10:24:00 EDT 2017


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ITEM:  Elementary Summer Science Institute (ESSI) 2017

The New Hampshire Science Teachers  Association Presents
Elementary Summer Science Institute (ESSI) 2017

"The Lake, The Woods, and the Soil Beneath and Between:

Being good Stewards and Tenants"


ESSI 2017 June 28, 29, and 30 on the campus of
Coe Brown Northwood Academy
7:30 am to 1:00 pm
On behalf of the New Hampshire Science Teachers' Association, it is our pleasure to announce the Elementary Summer Science Institute 2017. This year's institute will be held June 28, 29, and 30 on the lakeside campus of Coe Brown Northwood Academy in Northwood, NH. [images.jpeg]


Designed for the elementary teacher who is trying to do it all, the ESSI provides hands - on outdoor science experiences that can be easily modified for any classroom and age group. This year's ESSI theme, The Lake, The Woods, and The Soil Beneath and Between: Being Good Stewards and Tenants, will spotlight ways in which human activity can affect the environment. Participants will have the opportunity to gather and analyze real data. You will make-and-take back to your classroom  simple to make equipment such as a secchi tube and terrarium.  What a great way to earn professional development hours.

We have included attachments describing the events and an opportunity to earn 1 graduate credit through Keene State University. Participants may register for one, two, or all three days.
($60.00 per day  or $145.00 for all three days includes complimentary membership. Register at nhsta.net<http://nhsta.net> <http://nhsta.net> ) Link to full brochure<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DW6DUNNuvWRGc2O1TPBpXmqefIzatN42XQm3RDWa9Fo/edit?usp=sharing>. Keene State College graduate credit is available.

Please feel to contact us for information or questions.

Yours,
Joanne Goelzer and Art Hammon
ESSI Co-Chairs
joannegoelzer at gmail.com<mailto:joannegoelzer at gmail.com>
arthammon at hotmail.com<mailto:arthammon at hotmail.com>



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