The University of Wyoming Science Initiative’s Learning Actively Mentoring Program (LAMP) will fund travel, lodging, and conference fees for 20 K-16 educators to attend the Roadmap to STEM Conference in Gilette Aug. 2-4. Educators will be selected through a competitive process.
Applications are due on April 1. Recipients will be notified by May 1.
Any K-16 Educator in the State of Wyoming who wants to attend the 2017 Roadmap to STEM Conference and return in 2018 to facilitate or co-facilitate a session at the conference is encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to
- Educators representing underfunded or disadvantaged school districts.
- Educators hoping to implement active and inclusive learning (problem-based and action learning) curriculum.
LAMP is a comprehensive, sustained mentoring and professional development program with an emphasis on how to best adopt active learning strategies in large-scale active learning classrooms at UW. Learn more about LAMP on their website.