- Lucy Spelman (RISD)
Amy O'Donnell (RITES, RI College)
Teacher Leaders prepare for RITES in 2014-2015
RITES proposal for
Computer Science Education
passes first round
- Josh Beagan (Middletown)
Alicia Sullivan (W Warwick)
Frank Lenox (E Greenwich)
Opportunities for RITES Teachers
RITES demonstrates portable x-ray diffraction instrument developed for the next Mars Rover to Rhode Island classrooms.
Opportunities for Students
The University of RI Providence Campus conducts the undergraduate Biotechnology Manufacturing Program. Read More.
RITES Leadership present at the 2011 Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Learning Network Conference.
Read More. After participating in the RITES Short Course, "Sleuthing Through the Rock Cycle," I was finally excited to teach my students about rocks.
Amy Paon, Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School, Coventry. Read More.
When I see where I’ve come as a direct result of taking the RITES Healthy Water course this Fall, I am grateful for having had the opportunity to be deeply immersed in (the) content.
Anne McLaughlin, Chemistry Teacher, Cranston HS West. Read More.
The Rhode Island Technology Enhanced Science project is supported by the National science Foundation under grant EHR-0831974 of the Mathematics & Science Partnership program.
For more information
For eight weeks of summer, from June 30 to 10 August, the RITES office will be open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
As you probably have heard, Amy O'Donnell, RITES STEM Liaison and curriculum developer, is leaving us. Amy is the heart of our PD program. Through her expertise in the classroom and deep knowledge of constructivist pedagogy, RITES has become a well-respected collaborator in the K-16 community. Uncompromising in her pursuit of excellence, Amy has brought RITES teachers a renewed perspective on scientific practices that exemplifies the best of the next generation science teaching and learning. We wish her well in her new endeavors ... and we hope to entice her to continue to work with RITES in our programs ahead.
RITES Project has a presence at both RIC and URI and the main telephone numbers are as follows:
Howard can also be reached directly at (401) 874-4502.
for 2014 - 2015 School Year