Finally after 2+ years of renovation, Park hall will open this Fall! We won’t be completely done, but we will offer building tours at the conference. Most conference presentations will be in Wilber hall and the commercial vendors will be in the brand new connector between Wilber and Shineman! We are almost done and we are greatly looking forward to our new spaces!
Come and see the new laboratories in Wilber, the new Shineman building and the almost completed Park Hall!
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.
This year we will still be partially under construction! The conference tradition will still go on! You will be able to see Phase Two of our renovation happening and find out what is in store for Phase Three! Our new … Continue reading →