Summer Workshops for Elementary Teachers

MSOE ‚Äď Milwaukee, WI

Course Offerings:
June 25-26, 2013 (sold out)
July 30-31, 2013 (sold out)
August 13-14, 2013

Registration Form for Engineering is Elementary Workshop

Date Attending
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* Your First Name
* Your Last Name
* Your School Email Address
* Your Home Email Address
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* School Name
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* School District Name
* School District Address
* School District City
* School District State
* School District Zip
Payment Arrangements for $350 Tuition

Hotel Accomodations

Hyatt Regency
333 W. Kilbourn
Milwaukee
, WI

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2014 Summer Core Training Schedules
The schedule for this summer's Core Institute Training is now available! Registration is now open on PLTW-National.
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