A Science of Sport workshop is a professional development opportunity designed for educators to explore the intersection of STEM and sports, providing innovative teaching strategies and engaging resources to bring back to the classroom.
The workshop is open to all educators, including teachers, coaches, and administrators, who are interested in incorporating sports-related concepts into their STEM curriculum.
The workshop covers a range of topics such as biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, statistics, and technology in sports. It aims to demonstrate how these concepts can be effectively integrated into the classroom.
The workshop content is adaptable for various grade levels, from elementary to middle school. Presenters will provide examples and strategies that can be customized to suit different age groups.
The duration of the workshop may vary, but typically it spans a few hours or a whole day. Check the specific workshop details for information on the schedule and agenda.
Teachers NEVER pay a fee to attend one of the Science of Sport Workshops, thanks to grants and sponsors of the programs!
Head to this link to register for a workshop in your area. Choose an existing program from the dropdown menu or “General Information” if you’d like to know more about our programs.
All we ask is that you are an educator in the STEM space; that means math, science, PE, or other STEM positions.
Participants will typically receive workshop materials, resources, and access to online platforms or tools discussed during the sessions.
Our workshops encourage networking, group activities, and discussions to facilitate collaboration among participants.
Our workshops provide certificates of completion, which can be valuable for professional development and evidence of continued learning. Please reach out if you do not receive one upon completion of the workshop.
Yes, the goal of the workshop is to empower educators to implement the learned concepts in their own classrooms. Participants are encouraged to share the knowledge gained with their colleagues and students!