The North Dakota Petroleum Council hosts this seminar for educators to learn about the oil industry and take projects, lessons, and ideas back to the classroom. The seminar also helps educations translate to their students geography, math, chemistry, geometry, etc. tie into the oil and gas industry and careers.
WHEN: June 18-21, 2018
WHERE: National Energy Center of Excellence
Bismarck State College
1200 Schafer St.
Who’s eligible: Teachers and guidance counselors who are currently practicing full time in a North Dakota public or private school. Teachers from South Dakota and Montana who are near oil and gas development may also apply.
Participants will be eligible for two professional development credits from MSU, NDSU or UND. These credits may be used for general teacher license renewals. The university will charge a fee to participants wanting the optional credit. Please note this is a repeat course and past participants are not eligible for repeat credit.
Delve deep into the oil and gas industry from its prehistoric beginnings to the skills, technology and education it takes to recover it and the ways it is important to you. Topics include:
Plus, attendees get a rare opportunity to tour a drilling rig, production site, and more. View the full tentative agenda here.
COST IS FREE to attend and includes:
A $25 deposit, which is returned upon registration check-in, is required to reserve your spot for the seminar. Attendees are responsible for the cost of the optional professional development credit from MSU, NDSU and UND.
Application deadline is May 1, 2018, but space is limited to 50 primary and secondary educators, so register today! Complete the 2018 Teacher Education Seminar brochure and mail with a $25 check made payable to the North Dakota Petroleum Council by May 1, 2018. Applications may be sent to:
North Dakota Petroleum Council
P.O. Box 1395
Bismarck, ND 58502