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EIH/UHCL Regional Collaborative

  
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The EIH/UHCL Collaborative provides environmental education training on programs, including Project Learning Tree, Air-O-Dynamics, and the Texas Envirthon. You can participate in PDAs for geoscience, physics, chemistry, biology/life science, astronomy, and technology. And, you get lots of stuff from most of the workshops! All workshops are free.

Mission
To create a science and technology learning community for the Greater Houston area teachers, schools, and districts through program development and sustained teacher professional development in science content, pedagogy, systemic school reform, and technology. As a new Collaborative, the EIH/UHCL Regional Collaborative will reach out to school districts located in Southern Harris and Brazoria Counties along with the preservice educators of the University of Houston-Clear Lake. The professional development activities will include strands focusing on Light and Optics, Ecological Interdependence, Physical Science, and Scientific Inquiry and Technology.

If you have any questions or would like to join the collaborative, contact Brenda Weiser at weiser@uhcl.edu.

News
Houston and Bay Area Teachers honored, Dec. 9, 2011
UHCL teams with Texas Regional Collaboratives, March 22, 2011
UHCL teams with Texas Regional Collaboratives, Nov. 10, 2010
Brenda Weiser Receives Award from International Education Group, Oct. 10, 2009
Area science teachers honored and recognized for dedication, Oct. 23, 2007

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 Texas Regional Collaboratives Texas Regional Collaboratives
An award-winning statewide network of K-16 partnerships that provide sustained and high intensity professional development to K-12 teachers of science across the state of Texas. 
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