We are excited to announce a new project that will offer free curriculum materials and professional development for science teachers!
PAGES (Progressing through the Ages: Global change, Evolution, and Societal well-being) just received funding for five years of development from the National Institutes of Health–Science Education Partnership Award. This program will focus on developing an NGSS-aligned curriculum for grades K-12 on topics that are challenging for teachers to teach, such as evolution and climate change. PAGES builds on the success of Project NEURON to continue developing a teacher community and quality curriculum materials that are free for classroom use.
Learn more about PAGES and stay tuned for curriculum development or testing opportunities!
- Teacher workshops at NSTA by Project NEURON
- A teacher’s modification of the “What can I learn from worms?” unit to teach the characteristics of life
- New Website Launch
- Project NEURON Creates Connections
- Science museum event launches neuroscience education program
- C&I Professor Barbara Hug announces new science education outreach project: FIND Orphy
- Project NEURON receives funding for new computer game