EARLY BIRD PRICING ENDS THURSDAY, OCT 1!
ISTE20 Live features some of the biggest names in edtech who are eager to share just-in-time strategies to address the challenges of the moment! The custom-built immersive and interactive experience will allow you to question presenters, collaborate with other educators and play with the latest apps for learning.
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Many states, districts, and schools are unsure of what the coming school year will bring. Will we back together in the classroom or teaching and learning from a distance? Perhaps a blend of the two? In this four-part web seminar series, we’ll explore ways in which we can continue to give our students experience with relevant, intriguing phenomena to create the need to engage in science learning to explain what they’ve observed utilizing distance-learning strategies.
If you are interested in helping to develop STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) programming for underserved youth, this is an oustanding opportunity to apply for a half-time position with the Ingham County 4-H office.
See the attached flyer, and send cover letter and resume to Eric Dobbrastine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn from education professionals and cutting-edge faculty who are working to elevate high-quality STEM teacher preparation.
Join MSU's own Dr. David Stroupe and collegues, including Dr. Niral Shah, now with the University of Washington, as they participate in a conversation focusing on STEM teacher preparation.
Link to live webinar here.
The Society’s second Middle School Research Teachers Conference will take place virtually this weekend, September 11-13.
The online conference will also include two “halls” where teachers will have an opportunity to take virtual tours, play STEM games, find interactive lessons, and learn about organizations that offer professional development, resources and grants for educators.