Any full time physics, chemistry, or STEM high school teacher was eligible to attend the virtual 2021 teacher workshops. However, due to demand and large number of teachers requesting travel reimbursement/support in 2022, current openings are only for teachers local to one of the main sites or teachers who agree to no travel support. If you are interested in joining us for the summer 2022 workshops, please read the requirements and expectations before applying here.
|Dallas-Ft Worth, TX||June 7-10, 2022|
|Houston, TX||June 14-17, 2022|
|Pittsburgh, PA||June 21-24, 2022|
|Provo, UT||June 28 - July 1, 2022|
STEM Student Camps
|Dallas-Ft Worth, TX||June 13-16, 2022|
|Houston, TX||June 20-23, 2022|
|Pittsburgh, PA||June 27-30, 2022|
Summer 2022 Student Application (available January 2022)
Looking for some professional development that is "out of the ordinary"? Are your students curious about the strange world of quantum phenomena and the possibilities it holds? The National Science Foundation is funding teacher workshops and student camps where STEM is truly integrated! Chemistry, physics, astronomy, computer science, technology, engineering, and math have quantum as the common denominator. Quantum ideas are behind everyday technologies like lasers, medical equipment, and cell phones.
Quantum for All will support high school teachers who want to embed quantum concepts, that do NOT rely on advanced mathematics, in their curriculum. By providing mentors, equipment, and opportunities to "practice" what they have learned with other peers, our project is built to develop confidence and expand knowledge of quantum information science principles.
Workshops were virtual in the summer of 2021, but will be Face-to-face in 2022 at each of the 4 main sites (Utah, Pennsylvania, North Central Texas, and South Texas). Each site will have Instructional Leaders (ILs), content, and pedagogy experts in teaching the 2022 face-to-face teacher workshops and student camps.
Educators completing the 2021 and 2022 workshops will be eligible to host a student camp in their own district in the summer of 2023.