Welcome to MITS

MITS is a non-profit Massachusetts based organization providing, high quality professional development for K-12 teachers and informal educators.  Through collaborations with over 100 museums, aquaria, nature centers, and other non-profit science education organizations,  MITS’ educator workshops and programs increase awareness of and improve the quality of teaching inquiry-based, minds-on, hands-on STEM education. By providing teachers with the knowledge, skills and resources to provide effective STEM instruction, MITS’ programs increase student interest and achievement in science, technology and engineering. More about us »

Lighting the Way with Wind and Solar: Pathways to a Sustainable Energy Future
A 2-day workshop for Grades 4-8 Educators
March 17th and 18th, 2017
Grab your sunglasses and hold onto your hat as we dive into inquiry-based activities to explore concepts related to sunlight and energy, experiment with solar and wind technologies and design devices and systems for a renewable energy future!
Visit our Teacher Workshops page to learn more and to register!

Science By Connections

SI13-Brochure-Gear-Logo-w-MITS-logo-REDUCEDThe hub for STEM resources including in-school programs, field trips and professional development opportunities. Visit www.sciencebyconnections.org



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