Herbert L. Retcofsky Memorial Workshop: “Light, Color, And Spectroscopy For Kids”
A Workshop For Elementary & Middle School Teachers
The Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP) will again offer its annual “Light, Color and Spectroscopy for Kids” workshop to elementary and middle school teachers. Using the materials provided by the SSP, workshop participants will be able to project a large and very bright visible spectrum (rainbow?) in their own classrooms. They will use that spectrum together with other materials to demonstrate color addition & subtraction and why colors appear the way they do.
WHEN: Thursday, April 4, 2019
WHERE: National Energy Technology Center
TIME: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
COST: $20 – includes lunch
RSVP BY: Thursday, March 22, 2019
** One teacher attending the workshop will take home a Vernier Go Direct Light & Color Detector, Motion Sensor and Temperature Sensor, plus the manual “Elementary Science with Vernier”.
Pa Teachers Attending The Workshop Will Receive 5 Hours Of Credit Toward Their Act 48 Requirements.
To register, complete the PDF form and send it with a check to:
Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh
John A. Varine, SSP Spectroscopy Workshop
198 Myers Road,
Vandergrift, PA 15690
Make check payable to the “Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh”