Educator Professional Development
The Christa McAuliffe Center strives to be the premier source for quality professional development for teachers in New England.
The programs described in these pages reflect our dedication to the classroom teacher, our commitment to hands-on education, and our belief that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are not just important – they’re also FUN!
Professional development programs provided through the McAuliffe Center are organized into the following categories:
|Professional Development Workshops: The McAuliffe Center provides a variety of workshops to K-12 educators, focused in standards-based STEM education and instruction. Professional development points (PDPs) are available for participants, and triple PDPs are available to workshop presenters. Learn More|
|NASA Educator Resource Center: The NASA Educator Resource Center is a collaborative effort of the Curriculum Library of Framingham State University, the Christa McAuliffe Center on campus, and NASA Education. Our goal is to provide preK-16 teachers with the skills and access to materials to help them improve student learning in the STEM disciplines. Learn More|
The Christa McAuliffe Center in partnership with the Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers is offering grade range targeted professional development workshops that focus on connecting existing high quality science content with the Next Generation Science Standards. Dates: High School - May 9th Middle School - May 16th Elementary School – May 30th Workshops run 8:30am - 4:30pm
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