Welcome to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's PRISM Project. PRISM is a free website that provides collections of online resources for Indiana educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The primary collection of digital teaching materials is indexed according to the Indiana Academic Standards and Common Core Standards for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade and secondary education courses. 

Schools and educators are provided full access to the learning management system hosted by PRISM to create and facilitate an unlimited number of academic courses. The PRISM Team provides FREE online training to PRISM members on digital pedagogy and learning management system applications.

Resources and Membership: Feel free to make an account, browse the site resources, search for instructional materials, and set up your own online courses.

Membership is FREE.

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    Latest News

    PRISM Newsletter - Volume 13, Issue 1

    by Nicki Manion -

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     Full Newsletter Volume 13, Issue 1 

    Featured Articles

     What Can PRISM Do For You?

     Read about the resources you can use in your classroom and services PRISM can provide for your school. 


    Congratulations to 2022 IDOE Grant Recipients  

     Digital Learning Grant: Evansville Vanderbaugh School Corporation & North Central Parke School Corporation

    STEM Integration Grant: Anderson Prep Academy & Matchbook Learning

    The PRISM Program assisted these schools with getting these grants. 



     January is National Mentoring Month: PRISM EMERGE, supported by Ball Venture Foundation, is a tele-mentoring program to enhance both career awareness and academic achievement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for at-risk 9th grade girls.

     Read from various participants and their experience in EMERGE Mentorship Program

     EMERGE Mentorship Program - Expansion

    Plans are underway to expand this program to other schools in Indiana. If you would like to learn more about how to start an EMERGE Program in your school, please email Nicki Manion, Assistant Director of PRISM Project at Rose-Hulman. 


    PRISM Upcoming Event

                      

     PRISM Sustainable Energy Boot Camp

    Sponsored by Duke Energy

    Dates: July 16-21, 2023

    Pre-Registration: If you’re interested in participating, fill out the form here.

    Location: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Campus

    To learn more about the boot camp, click here. 



    Professional Development Opportunities 

     Accepting New Applications!

    Applications are open NOW through January 20 for teachers new to STEM Teach! Click on link to apply.

    TEACHERS, DO YOU ALSO NEED TO COMPLETE A MASTER'S DEGREE?  Visit the website to LEARN MORE. 

     

     Math and Science: Opening Doors to the Future Conference

    Visit the conference webpage to learn more.

     

    Scholarship Opportunity: To apply for a scholarship, fill out the form online. Application and payment are due February 1, 2023, prior to the annual conference.



     Monthly Updates

    View previous monthly updates here.

     Got an event or announcement to share, submit here.


    Sustainable Energy Boot Camp Pre-Registration

    by Nicki Manion -

    Professional Development for Teachers  

      PRISM Sustainable Energy Boot Camp 

    Sponsored by Duke Energy  

    Boot Camp Dates: July 16-21, 2023

     Pre-Registration: If you’re interested in participating, fill out the form here.

     Location: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Campus

     To learn more about boot camp, click here.


    Congratulations to Survey Winners!!

    by Nicki Manion -

    Teacher Professional Development Survey

    PRISM Project, hosted by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, is a K-12 teacher development program supported by the Lilly Endowment.  We provide digital resources and professional development opportunities in STEM-related areas.  To help us plan events, we reached out to K-12 educators to ask: if you had a professional development genie and you had an unlimited number of wishes, what would you wish for?  What kinds of incentives and formats are most appealing to you?  What kinds of barriers are preventing you to attend workshops?

    Educators who participated in our survey had a chance to win a $100 or $50 Amazon gift card by entering their email address. 


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