Time is running short to apply for a spot in the ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology this summer. The deadline is May 1. Now in its 13th year, the Teachers Institute is an intensive expenses paid professional development opportunity for educators who want to receive training and resources to explore wireless technology in the classroom.
Topics at the Introduction to Wireless Technology (TI-1) course include basic electronics, radio science, microcontroller programming, and basic robotics. The advanced Teachers Institute on Remote Sensing and Data Gathering (TI-2) is available to those who have completed TI-1.
Visit the ARRL Teachers Institute web page for more details and to download an application.
The article “ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology,” in the March QST offers a schedule and more information on the courses.
Read the article “Amateur Radio in the STEM Classroom,” by Edith Lennon on page 11 of the April issue of Tech Directions to learn what other ARRL Teachers Institute participants have initiated in their classrooms.
Contact ARRL Education Services Manager Debra Johnson, K1DMJ, with questions or to request a brochure. Spaces are limited! Apply now!