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Jan 23, 2020 | 1:00 PM | Thursday
This event is for school and district leaders who want to create a sustainable ecosystem for STEM education. Energize your local initiative.
Speakers Dr. Rodger Bybee and Mr. Peter McLaren have made significant contributions to science education for 40+ years. Their insights, along with breakout sessions with experts, will provide compelling and substantial support for school and district leaders.
LEADERS COMING TOGETHER TO ADVANCE STEM EDUCATION.
Program of Events
Meeting: 1:30-5:00 pm, Higgins Hotel New Orleans
Reception at The National World War II Museum: 6:30-7:00 pm
Dinner/Program: 7:00-8:30 pm
Keynote with Dr. Bybee: "STEM, Standards, and Reform Strategies"
General Session "Ecosystems and Strategic Planning"
Breakout Session Rounds 1 and 2 - including "Creating a STEM Instructional Sequence," "Using NGSS STEM Practices," and local STEM success stories.
Pre-Dinner Reception at The National World War II Museum (access)
Dinner with Speakers, VIP from the National World War II Museum, and Local Education Leadership
Breakfast: 7:00-8:00 am, Higgins Hotel New Orleans
Meeting: 8:00-2:30 pm, Higgins Hotel New Orleans
Breakfast and Group Reports
Keynote with Dr. Rodger Bybee: "A 2020 Vision for STEM Education"
Breakout Session Rounds 3 and 4 - including "21st-Century Skills and a STEM Instructional Sequence," "Strategic Planning to Create a STEM Pathway," and local STEM success stories.
Lunch with Speaker (Education Leader)
Closing Keynote with Dr. Bybee and Mr. McLaren: "Looking to the Future"
Putting It Together - Local STEM Initiative Planning
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