Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education is on everyone’s mind. By coordinating science and math courses with technology and engineering courses, teachers can give students a better understanding of the world in which they live. Few of today’s students understand the way in which these fields benefit our society or the variety of career opportunities that are available to them.
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The four-hour program will begin with an all-group presentation. This presentation will be followed by a parallel breakout session for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. There will also be one breakout session for administrators. The last session will be an all-group session. In between sessions participants will enjoy a fifteen-minute break to rest and to move to the next session on the schedule. All sessions will be archived, allowing all registered participants the opportunity to watch ALL the presentations on-demand, when convenient.
The goals of this virtual conference are to:
- Build the capacity of STEM educators at the school, district, and state levels
- Empower educators to better integrate STEM across the curriculum
- Begin growing STEM leadership to help build a STEM culture across their communities
- Provide a forum for participants to network, share stories, and best practices with other educators interested in STEM