MSiC Campus: July 17-21, July 24-28 and July 31- August 4, 2017, JTCC Chester Campus: July 10-14, 17-21, 2017, and JTCC Midlothian Campus: July 24-28 & July 31 - August 4, 2017
Packed with exploration and adventure; our courses offers rising 4th-9th grade students opportunities to dive more deeply into math and science and help prepare them for future academic and career fields.Read More
The Discoverers 4-5 Program allows students to work in depth with science, technology, and mathematics topics. Fourth and fifth grade students select the topic that piques their interest and attend that class for three consecutive Saturdays. All classes are inquiry-based and have significant “hands-on”, group work and problem-solving embedded...
Just as there is an art to calculus, there is an art to doing well on the AP Calculus exam. Come join us as we look at the new AP Calculus Course and Exam Description book and examine the types of questions found on the exam. We will also discuss how we can support students to hone their writing skills in order to respond effectively to exam questions. You will leave this workshop with a treasure trove of activities and online resources to help students reinforce their knowledge of calculus. Bring your graphing calculators and your questions as we reveal the art of success on the AP Calculus exam.
K-12 Educator Conference
June 21 and 22, 2017, Huguenot High School, Richmond
Come join your colleagues from across the region as they collaborate together through a variety of interdisciplinary STEM workshop sessions. Through these sessions, you will learn about the latest applications in STEM learning and technologies, network with peers, and engage in thoughtful conversations of practice.
We have started our 50th year with a bang! The Open House, held on October 1st , was a huge success, with visits from over 200 families, educators, superintendents, university, industry and community partners. Our 1st Executive Director, Dr. Robert Haynes, came to participate in the Open… Read More
The attack comes swiftly and silently. One moment the small tadpole is hovering over the mud, the next it is grasped by a pair of jaws that seemed to appear out of nowhere. The tadpole has just become a victim of an “odonate”. You probably know… Read More