PIMMS Hosts Science Workshop for Area Teachers

Olivia DrakeJuly 25, 20112min
Wesleyan's Project to Increase Mastery of Mathematics and Science (PIMMS) hosted its fourth year of eesmarts summer workshops for Connecticut teachers. The eesmarts program, which is co-sponsored by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund and the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund, is designed to improve the science teaching skills of teachers of pre-kindergarden through 9th grade students. Pictured is Regina Markovitz, a teacher from the Thames River Academy in Norwich, Conn. at a 6th to 9th grade workshop on climate change, held on July 11.
Glenn Elliott, a teacher from Lyme-Old Lyme High School, participates in a PIMMS workshop. (Photo by Bill Tyner '13)

For more information on the eesmarts program, go to http://www.wesleyan.edu/pimms/