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About the Detroit Science Center

The Detroit Science Center is a hands-on museum that inspires its visitors to pursue and support careers in engineering, technology and science. The Science Center features Michigan’s only Chrysler IMAX® Dome Theatre; the Dassault Systèmes Planetarium; the DTE Energy Sparks Theater; the Chrysler Science Stage; a 9,000 square-foot Science Hall for traveling exhibits; hands-on exhibit galleries focusing on space, life and physical science; the United States Steel Fun Factory; an exhibit gallery just for pintsize scientists; and a Special Events Lobby. The Science Center has served more than 2.3 million visitors since its grand re-opening on July 28, 2001. It is one of the 10 largest science museums in the country. For more information, please call 313.577.8400 or visit the website, http://www.detroitsciencecenter.org.

The Mission of Marygrove College Marygrove College, an independent Catholic liberal arts college sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, is committed to fostering Christian values, to educating students from diverse backgrounds, and to serving the people of Metropolitan Detroit and beyond. The fundamental purpose of Marygrove College is to educate each student toward intellectual and professional competence; toward career flexibility through grounding in the liberal arts; and toward active compassion and commitment. To this end, Marygrove College provides a personalized learning environment which, through excellent teaching in its undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs, sets for its students these goals:

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Competence, the ability to understand and participate effectively in the promise of our evolving world.

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Commitment, the will to act responsibly based upon one’s beliefs and to contribute to the building of a more just and humane world.

Marygrove College can help you with your professional development requirements. We offer online, distance learning video and onsite courses for graduate credit and certificate renewal. Visit http://www.marygrove.edu/community/ extended_learning/profDevTeach.html or contact the coordinator at dkerry@marygrove.edu.

Compassion, the capacity to care about and respect the worth and dignity of people.

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Offer Professional Development for Teachers

Hybrid, Variable Graduate Credit Courses for Science Educators Classes Offered: • Environmental Science • Amazing Astronomy • Nutrition and Kitchen Chemistry • Interdisciplinary Science and Project-Based Learning • Science, Technology & Society • Forensic Science and Crime Scene Investigation


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ISC 520I Topics in Science Education:

2 graduate credits* March 13, 2010; 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. at the DSC Target grades: K-8 This course focuses on healthy eating, healthy lifestyles. Participants will engage in a variety of activities which will enhance their knowledge, further understanding, and classroom teaching of current important topics in nutrition. Participants will also be provided with resources for use in classroom teaching highlighting kitchen chemistry.

1 or 3 graduate credits** June 28 – 30, 2010; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the DSC Target grades: 6 - 12 This course focuses on the interactions among science, technology, and society (STS) through an issues approach, organized around four major themes—health, environment, engineering/design, and information. Participants will explore key ethical, social, and policy issues associated with these themes, drawing from diverse disciplines – from science to social studies. Participants will increase their knowledge base and skills in teaching about STS enabling their students to become reflective, empowered learners. Participants opting for the 1 credit option will attend the 3-day workshop. Participants opting for the 3 credit course will continue their study of STS online and how to integrate it into their curriculum.

Environmental Science

1 or 3 graduate credits** October 3, 2009; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the DSC; October 17, 2009; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at MGC Target grades: 6 – 12 This course focuses on two important natural cycles, the carbon and water cycles. The impact of humans on these cycles will be discussed at length. Topics to be covered include: photosynthesis, fossil fuels, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, climate change, global warming, carbon footprints, recycling, destruction of coral reefs, watersheds, water quality, the Great Lakes watershed, water pollution, air pollution and ultraviolet radiation. Participants will engage in a variety of activities which will enhance their knowledge, further understanding, and classroom teaching of current important topics in environmental science. Participants opting for the 1 credit option will attend the 3-day workshop. Participants opting for the 3 credit course will continue their study of Environmental Science online and how to integrate it into their curriculum. ISC 520F Topics in Science Education:

Amazing Astronomy

2 graduate credits* December 12, 2009; Noon – 8 p.m. at the DSC Target grades: 6 - 12 This course focuses on the fundamentals of astronomy. Participants will engage in a variety of activities which will enhance their knowledge and understanding about stars and their life cycles, using telescopes and observing the night sky and much more through hands-on inquiry-based activities. Participants will also receive additional resources to use with their students or group members.

Nutrition and Kitchen Chemistry

ISC 520H Topics in Science Education:

Interdisciplinary Science and Project-Based Learning

2 graduate credits* April 17, 2010; 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the DSC Target grades: 4 - 8 This course focuses on project-based and inquirybased learning in the context of the learning of science and 21st Century skills. Participants will encounter a wide variety of integrated resources, informative presentations, project-based learning examples, and exciting activities specifically tailored to help you connect with your students in an innovative way. Participants will discover how to address state standards, meet curricular goals, and use formative and summative assessments to measure student success.

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Forensic Science & Crime Scene Investigation

2 or 3 graduate credits** August 16 - 19, 2010; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at MGC Target grades: 6 - 12 Forensic science is an interdisciplinary field of study that contains aspects of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics. The course will cover: DNA profiling, blood splattering, predicting height and possible sex of a victim/suspect, chromatography, drug and chemical identification, memory, minds of serial killers, and how to perform crime scene investigations. The workshop will conclude with a murder investigation that you will have the opportunity to solve using the techniques learned during the workshop. Participants opting for the 2 credit option will attend the 4-day workshop. Participants opting for the 3 credit course will continue their study of Forensic Science online and how to integrate it into their curriculum.

What are Variable Credit Hybrid Courses? Hybrid courses combine on-site (face-to-face) classroom instruction and online delivered instructional components. The amount of time on site and the time on-task within the electronic environment contributes to the variable number of credit hours. The hybrid courses begin with an on-site instructional component, or professional development workshop, ranging from 8 to 18 hours. These professional development workshops provide learning theory and associated pedagogy to enable teachers to present science more effectively in the classroom using hands-on experiences, laboratory experiments and other learning activities that are both educational and fun. The workshops provide content information and modeling of hands-on, inquiry-driven teaching pedagogy, which allows teachers to experience the lessons from a student’s point of view and gives them a strategy for conducting openended experiences in the classroom. Following the on-site instruction, students extend and apply the content and pedagogy of the workshop topic in a guided series of online learning modules and discussions which cumulate with a final project. The estimated amount of time spent in the online component ranges from 15 to 20 hours.

*Online component follows for 1 month after workshop. **Online component follows for 1 month after workshop (3 credit option)

DSC = Detroit Science Center MGC = Marygrove College


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