Summer Teacher Institute is Back!
July 21-22 teacher PD for Data Science
plus a Data Science Professional Learning Community
The Supercomputing Challenge Summer Teacher Institute returns! This paid professional development is for NM middle and high school teachers interested in gaining skills that can lead to award-winning student projects. We have partnered with UNM and NM EPSCOR to start a Data Science pilot project for our Challenge teachers to use open source resources from Data Carpentries, an international project to increase data skills for research.
Learn how to use tools like Python, R and Github for projects and data analysis. These workshops are used in all of NM's higher ed institutions and represents best practices for data skills.
Participating teachers will receive a stipend of up to $700 for:
- participating in the STI and
- the seven monthly meetings as well as
- sponsoring at least one Supercomputing Challenge team.
Interested? Have questions?
- send an email to: email@example.com
- view our website: https://supercomputingchallenge.org
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- July 1996, 27 teachers, Las Cruces
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- June 1998, 16 teachers, Highlands-Las Vegas
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- June 1999, 15 teachers, NMSU-Las Cruces
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- June 2002, 14 teachers, San Juan College-Farmington
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- July 2005, 19 teachers, Alamogordo High School
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- July 2007, 15 teachers, CNM-Albuquerque
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- June-July 2015, 15 teachers, online course