September 13, 2019 • Volume 0
The school year just got underway, but it’s not too soon to start planning for Nuclear Science Week, held October 14-18. Nuclear Science Week (NSW) is an international five-day celebration, held each year during the third week in October, to focus interest on all aspects of nuclear science
Ideas and Inspiration for Teaching Nuclear Science
Thanks to generous funding from the United States Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy, ANS is adding high school curriculum resources to Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our World™, the nuclear science education program the Society developed with Discovery Education and launched in 2018. Elementary curriculum will be added for the 2020-2021 school year; middle school curriculum is already available.
It’s not too soon to start planning for Nuclear Science Week, held October 14-18. Nuclear Science Week (NSW) is an international five-day celebration, held each year during the third week in October, to focus interest on all aspects of nuclear science
If you’re in the Washington, DC area, join us for ANS’s “Navigating Nuclear Science: Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies” workshop November 16, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at the Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC. Participants will learn radiation basics, how reactors–and reactors of the future–work, the latest in nuclear science and technology, and effective ways of teaching complex nuclear topics. The workshop will include NGSS-targeted lesson plans, including those from ANS’s newest education initiative, Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our World™. Registration is open.
Navigating Nuclear Science: Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies Join ANS in Washington, DC Registration required; early bird rate ends October 25.
ANS professionals and professors bring you content and strategies to help you teach nuclear science with confidence. Leave with a vintage Geiger counter, cloud chamber kit, and more.
Sign up for ReActions™, the e-newsletter for educators that offers teaching ideas about nuclear science and technology. It is published by the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information, an initiative of the American Nuclear Society, between September and May.Sign Up
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