UF CPET is calling all educators to join us during this year’s summer programs!
There will be a 5-day Humanities and the Sunshine State: Teaching Florida’s Climate program for all formal and informal educators. Participants will take part in hands-on activities and discussions that they can take back to their classrooms. The program is offered in partnership with the Florida Humanities Council’s Educator Workshop Series with major funding provided by the Florida Humanities Council.
UF CPET also offers a CATALySES: Emerging Pathogens program for current high school teachers, which strives to advance the interests in students on biomedical education. CATALySES aims to provide authentic STEM experiences and opportunities that motivated students to learn more about STEM and Health careers.
This year the Summer Science Institute will return. The Summer Science Institute at the University of Florida is an ongoing professional development opportunity for secondary science teachers focused on updating content knowledge and laboratory experience. Together with UF faculty and graduate students, teachers perform authentic research, visit laboratories and facilities, hear talks by research and industry leaders, share best practices and develop standards-aligned classroom applications.