The American Modeling Teachers Association is partnering with the NEASC-approved Southern New Hampshire University to offer graduate education credits. The costs $125/ graduate education credit, three credits for each week’s workshop in biology, chemistry or physics curriculum, plus modest processing fees to SNHU and the AMTA (est. $50). The grading rubric uses an online portfolio to evaluate daily participation in reading discussions, lab activities, whiteboard presentations, reflections and final project. Application Deadline is August 1. FMI: AMTA president Bill Thornburgh at email@example.com for details.