Technology is the human built world designed through collaborations with math and science using sustainable practices. Join the Department of Technology to direct stem ENGAGEMENT toward a sustainable future.
Save the dates: Thursday, 24 October 2013 through Friday, 25 October 2013
Consider presenting using the following strands and points of reference as a guide to preparing your presentation. And, definitely plan to attend the conference.
Strands for Presentations
- STEM in the Human-Built World
Innovative strategies to implement K-12 programs and curricula. Focused sustainable best practices – societal, economic, environmental
- STEM and Technology Education Core Ideas/Connections to Common Core and NGSS
Delivering new standards through Technology and Engineering Education
The role of T & E in interdisciplinary partnerships
- Getting Students Engaged: Inspiration through STEM Collaborations
Best practices to share with the STEM education communities through after- school programs, clubs, and competitions that are critical for meeting STEM needs for secondary and post-secondary preparation
- STEM in the Education Pipeline
Cross disciplinary paradigms in K-12 education
Added value of inter-disciplinary/trans-disciplinary/cross-disciplinary STEM vs. individual STEM discipline studies
Presentation proposals will start being accepted in June.