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Three-Dimensional Teaching & Learning Powered by STEM Workshop

November 16, 2019
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Regency Ballroom E, Hyatt Regency
151 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Workshop Only:
Earlybird (closes 10/4/19)
$275 nonmember | $200 member

Full rate (after 10/4/19):
$350 nonmember | $275 member


Workshop + Conference:
Earlybird (closes 10/4/19)
$375 nonmember | $300 member

Full rate (after 10/4/19):
$450 nonmember | $375 member

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Three-Dimensional Teaching and Learning Powered by STEM empowers educators to better integrate STEM and three-dimensional standards for teaching and learning, and learn how STEM initiatives and 3-D instruction support each other. Participants explore the vision of a scientifically literate society described in A Framework for K-12 Science Education. They examine how this vision supports, and is supported by, STEM education, focusing on aspects of the designed world through the application of science and engineering practices.

Learning Objectives:
 
  • Investigate elements of an effective STEM lesson that supports three dimensional teaching and learning
  • Explore how science understanding developed over time is used to solve engineering problems
  • Experience how real world phenomena are integral in promoting equity, engagement, and persistence
  • Understand the importance of STEM in the building of literacies, including science, math, ELA, computational thinking, and engineering
Presenters:



Wendy Binder
is a Program Director for STEM Professional Learning at the National Science Teachers Association. Wendy focuses on providing diverse programs, services, and tools based on current research and effective practices in K-12 STEM education. She works with teachers, administrators, industry, corporate leaders, and foundations to help build the capacity of school district leadership; grow teacher practice in STEM in support of NGSS; collaboratively assess current practices in STEM programs; and provide advice on priorities and implementation strategies and models.



Tricia Shelton worked with Kentucky students for 22 years as a middle school and high school science teacher and teacher leader. Tricia is drive by a passion to help students develop critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in a 21st century world. Tricia is a 2014 NSTA Distinguished Teaching Award winner for her contributions to and demonstrated excellence in science teaching. As NSTA's standards implementation specialist, Tricia works with educators and students across the country.


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