NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Are you an East Texas region high school science teacher who would like to improve your ability to deliver exciting classroom labs? If so, Stephen F. Austin State University’s summer 2022 workshops can help.

JacksTeach secondary science and mathematics teacher preparation program will offer three, one-week workshops on the SFA campus this summer focused on empowering high school teachers to deliver highly engaging lab experiences for their students. Each workshop is separate and runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily. Dates and subjects are:

  • June 13 through 17 – Biology/Life Sciences
  • June 13 through 17 – Physics
  • June 27 through July 1 – Chemistry

Workshops will be led by SFA faculty and JacksTeach staff. There is no cost to participate, and continuing professional education credits will be earned. Lunch will be provided.

Teachers who participate in a full-week workshop will receive a $500 stipend and $500 worth of laboratory supplies for their classroom provided by SFA's Center for Applied Rural Research and Innovation.

Lessons will meet Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, and Next Generation Science Standards. These workshops will provide an excellent opportunity to network with teachers from other districts.

Interested science teachers can apply at Direct your questions to Dr. Jane Long, JacksTeach director, by email at or by phone at (936) 468-3960. The deadline to apply is May 2.