Get in-person assistance from PASCO experts and exchange ideas with fellow educators at one of our invaluable Summer Institute Workshops.
Attend a multi-day PASCO Summer Institute Workshop to maximize the full potential of your PASCO technologies. Whether you’re looking to develop or sharpen your skills, our Summer Institutes will enable you to seamlessly incorporate our technology into any classroom. At these in-depth workshops, you will team up with expert facilitators and fellow science teachers in a collegial atmosphere to explore an effective mix of hands-on activities, student labs, discussions, and demonstrations. During Summer Institutes at PASCO headquarters, you’ll also get to tour our facility, meet the people behind the products, and check out our latest creations.
Join us for an informative and interactive learning experience at any PASCO Summer Institute, and return to your classroom with the technical knowledge and confidence to effectively integrate PASCO sensors into your classroom.
July 13-16, 2020
$475 per attendee
July 27-28, 2020
$275 per attendee
Bonus day: Phenomena-Driven Learning on July 29
Check back soon for registration, agendas, and hotel block details. Questions? Contact our Professional Development team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback from PASCO's prior Summer Institute attendees:
“Thank you for a wonderful four days. I would certainly recommend this Institute to colleagues.”
“This was one of the best multi-day workshops I have ever been to.”
“The quality of instruction was well beyond what I had hoped.”
“Loved all of it. Although there was a wide variety of skill levels, the atmosphere was always positive, respectful, and not at all intimidating.”
“I had the opportunity to meet interesting teacher colleagues with various backgrounds and also learned some useful things in my interactions with them during the practical sessions. The Institute was time very well spent for me.”
“As I reflected upon 30 years of professional development training, I have experienced the good, bad, and the ugly. This training is in my top three. Very well done!”