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QuarkNet – Fermilab, U.S. b b
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27 June 2012 – 17:00 CET (10:00 local)

During their workshop at Fermilab, QuarkNet LHC Fellows will participate in an ATLAS Virtual Visit. The LHC Fellows are a group of teachers who provide students and teachers with authentic activities and investigations in which they use real LHC data. In their workshop, they learn about LHC systems like ATLAS and prepare to facilitate teacher professional development in the use of LHC data.

QuarkNet is a long-term U.S. professional development program for high school physics teachers. QuarkNet brings teachers into the particle physics research community. The goals are to bring particle physics into high school classrooms and improve physics education by helping teachers make learning more like physics research. The program includes over 500 teachers who work at approximately 50 centers—universities and labs engaged in particle physics research—across the United States. QuarkNet is supported by the National Science foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy and participating universities and labs.

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