Science Educators Workshop
AVS has conducted a two-day in-service workshop on low-pressure experiments and modeling for high school science teachers from the United States and Canada since 1990. Attendees are sponsored by regional Chapters of the Society with all expenses paid by the sponsoring Chapter. The workshop is accredited for CEU's and is aligned with thenational science and mathematics standards.
The workshop is divided into two parts: (1) lectures on the underlying science and the mathematical calculations and (2) hands-on experience in which a group of teachers perform experiments and develop models under the guidance of an instructor team.
View pictures from a previously held workshops:
Upon completion of the workshop, teachers receive at no cost
- A certificate of completion
- 1.5 Nationally certified CEU‘s or 150 sixty-minute clock hours from the University of Dayton
- A vacuum system for their school identical to ones used in the workshop
To receive a vacuum system, a school must sign a liability release. Information about the equipment grant and release form can be obtained by e-mail at SEW@AVS.ORG
Vacuum System Awarded to
Workshop Attendee's School
Upcoming Science Educators Workshop
The next workshop will be held October 25-26, 2021 in Charlotte, North Carolina
during the AVS 67th International Symposium & Equipment Exhibition. Interested teachers should submit an on-line application
Supporting documentation may be requested for consideration of your application. Additional information about the workshop can be obtained by e-mail at SEW@AVS.ORG
or by calling 1-212-248-0200.