Green Chemistry
in the High School

Advanced Green Chemistry:
Connections to Our World

Intro to Green Chemistry
Institute

Online - June 13th - August 8th Online - June 20th - July 31st Wilmington - June 28th - 29th
     
Green Chemistry is the science of creating safe, energy efficient and non-toxic products and processes and offers a concrete path towards solving the environmental problems our society faces today.

This course will begin with an introduction to the 12 principles of green chemistry and then concentrate on the exploration and creation of green chemistry lesson plan materials for your own classroom and lab.

2016 Summer Session Flyer
Are you already teaching green chemistry and sustainable science to your students? Are you ready to take it to the next level? Join us for our first offering of an Advanced Green Chemistry Course.

For teachers looking to expand their green chemistry knowledge and experience. Explore green chemistry technology analysis, the incorporation of toxicology and delve into the application of green chemistry with STEM activities and inquiry projects.


2016 Summer Session Flyer

The 2-day training includes "What is Green Chemistry," "Green Chemistry in Industry" and "Green Chemistry Replacement Laboratory Exercises.” Learn how to integrate green chemistry practices into your classroom and lab.

Join us at the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry for an interactive workshop experience featuring how to integrate cutting edge technology into your classroom while addressing NGSS and engaging students. 

2016 Summer Session Flyer

Course Registration - by June 3

$450

Course Registration - by June 3

$450

Course Registration - by June 10

 

REGISTRATION OPEN!

REGISTRATION OPEN!

REGISTRATION OPEN!



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Colorado School of Mines

Institutional Partner

Colorado School of Mines (CSM) is dedicated to the mission of Earth, Energy and Environment and is one of the premier science, math and engineering colleges in the world. The professional outreach program of CSM provides graduate level credit to teachers engaged in professional development courses on cutting edge methodologies


2016 Summer Session Costs

Course Registration - Summer Session
$450
Optional 3 graduate credits
Deadline - TBD
$130


Course registration is payable to Beyond Benign at the time of registration.

Registered participants will be able to sign up for graduate level credits through the course site.