Dozens of MSU departments and centers will share free resources for teachers, including lesson plans, DVDs and classroom resources as well as information about graduate programs and outreach events. Appetizers, drinks and giveaways will be available, and teachers can register for door prizes, including an online graduate-level science course from the National Teachers Enhancement Network.
Teachers can also attend free 15-minute presentations, including "Rethink Your Approach to Teaching with Simple Technologies" at 4:15 p.m. and "Quick and Easy Science Activities for the Classroom" at 5 p.m.
The event will also honor the 50th anniversary of astrobiology. The first 50 teachers to arrive will receive a free "NASA AstroPack."
RSVPs are appreciated by Oct. 6. E-mail ExtendedU@montana.edu , or call 994-6683.
The event is sponsored by Extended University, Montana NSF EPSCoR and MSU's Astrobiology Biogeocatalysis Research Center.
For more information, visit http://eu.montana.edu/TRF/.
Suzi Taylor (406)994-7957, firstname.lastname@example.org