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8/30/2016
When: Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Where: United States
Contact: James Kim
(480) 727-0904

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TEACHERS - BECOME AN APP MAKER PRO

App Maker Pro (AMP): Motivating STEM Study - Grant # 1509105 Funded by the National Science Foundation

High school teachers, here’s a great opportunity for you to:
• Learn to develop or modify existing apps.
• Keep up-to- date on modern science, engineering and mathematic principles.
• Work with ASU faculty, industry experts in app design.

Join Project AMP Cohort 3! Sessions will be held in labs at ASU’s Polytechnic campus. The Showcase Open House meets on the final day of each session. Dates and times are:
• Fall 2016 semester meetings: Saturdays, Oct 22 and 29; Nov. 5, 12, and 19; Dec. 3, 9am - noon.
• Spring 2017 meetings: Saturdays, Jan 21 and 28; Feb 4, 11, and 25; March 4, 9am - noon.
• Summer and Fall, 2017, and Spring 2018 dates TBD.

Villagers meet to produce apps to advance learning in STEM and related fields on the ASU Polytechnic campus.

Leaders of AMP Design Villages are faculty from ASU colleges or scientists from business and industry. Members of AMP Villages are high school Teachers, secondary teachers, and ASU undergraduate majors in computer science who serve as mentors.

For participation in this project, teachers will receive a stipend of $450/semester and $900/summer and all apps developed by your cohort. We also will provide you with a certificate indicating your participation in this National Science Foundation project.

Application due August 30, 2016.

For more information contact: James Kim, Project AMP-Coordinator, PRIME Center Coordinator, Arizona State University; Office (480) 727-0904; Cell: (480) 273-1249; email: jameskim274@asu.edu

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