The Center for Chemistry Education (CCE) routinely offers graduate credit professional development courses in science for teachers in the greater Dayton/Middletown/Cincinnati region, including Eastern Indiana and Northern Kentucky. Professional development programs have included Teaching Science with TOYS, HealthRICH, Partners for Terrific Science, Teaching Science with Children’s Literature, Fighting with Food, and WISE Science.
Summer 2018 Fighting with Food Academies are now full. Fill out the form below to be added to the waiting list in case someone cannot attend.
The academy is designed for middle and high school general science, chemistry, biology, and nutrition teachers. Both in-person and online options are available. Topics include properties of toxicants and poisons such as pesticides, properties of nutrients, and how nutrients in food can counteract toxicants.
- All tuition and most fees provided (Your only cost is a $20 Miami Graduate School application fee.)
- 1 semester hour of graduate credit* provided free ($600 value)
- Course materials including printed or downloadable files and workshop materials
In-Person Option: Meets at Miami University Middletown from 8:00AM – 3:30PM on June 26–27. Lunch provided. To receive credit, you must attend both days.
Online Option: Online course opens June 23 and ends July 7. Completion will require approximately 16 hours of online viewing/reading, hands-on experiments, and written reflections.
Interested? Register below by June 14, 2018. Space is limited to 16–20 teachers per session and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Questions? Contact Dr. Susan Hershberger, Director, Center for Chemistry Education, 513-529-4961, firstname.lastname@example.org.