The cost for this course is $600 for members and $800 for nonmembers plus and additional $69 SUU credit fee that you will pay directly to SUU.
Our place in space and how we have come to this understanding, are the foundations on which this course is built. We will explore the tools and laws of nature astronomers use to construct our model and understanding of the cosmos—both its structure and components. From this informed foundation, we will address the fundamental question of are we alone within this context of our place in space.
This is a content/teaching course. Emphasis is on best practices used to teach this content in the classroom.
Upon successful completion, the participants will receive 3.0 Southern Utah University Credits.
USBE has instituted a reimbursement program for teachers getting their endorsements. You qualify to get reimbursed the full $669 (member rate) or $869 (nonmember rate) if you pass with a C or better and are taking a qualifying course. Contact your district for details and for verification that you can be reimbursed. UtSTA, will NOT be reimbursing you. To find out who your LEA's (district's) contact is, click here.
NOTE: If you are not a current member of UtSTA you can renew your membership or join the Utah Science Teachers Association today ($10-15/year) and save money on your registration costs. To join today, CLICK HERE.
By registering and paying, you agree that if you are not able to attend you will cancel at least 2 weeks before the class starts or your registration fees may be forfeited.