STEAM 4.0 & Meaningful Watershed Experiences (Region 4)

Description:

STEAM 4.0 Breakout Session Topics: Integrating STEM & The Arts Instruction; Cross-Cutting Strategies in Science & Math, Engineering & Science, and Technology with ALL Instruction; The Arts’ Role in STEM; 21st Century Workforce Preparation from a STEMM (+ Medicine) Panel; STEAM Schools’ Update on their Focus & Challenges; Student Artists Pursuing STEM Careers – a year later post- STEAM 3.0 and Student Artists Pursuing STEM Careers in 2017 (“Why STEAM?”); & more!

Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences: The “Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement” (signed 4.24.2015) is supported by VA DEQ, DC DOEE, NOAA, VA SWCD, and The National Park Service, to name a few agencies besides the VA DOE. Through a Project WET Workshop, school teams consisting of at least one administrator + two staff members, will receive MeWEE professional development and resources. Project WET is a nationally developed, supplementary water education program for educators, designed to teach students how to think, rather than what to think. Special emphasis is given to understanding the needs for water by all water users- no matter the geography of the district/region. (Workshop partially funded by VRUEC grant)

Working Lunch for both Sections: Vertical Alignment and Cross-Curricular Strategies

Closing: STEAM 4.0 & MeWEE Sections Workshop Wrap-Up and Door Prizes

Co-Presenters: Battlefields of Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Prince William County Public Schools, Science & Family Life Education

Fees: STEAM 4.0 - $20/person, non-VAST or BNVCTM member; $10/current VAST/BNVCTM member STEAM 4.0 Team of 4 from one school - $70 if one a VAST/BNVCTM member: $60

MeWEE Team of 3 from one school - $30 ($10 each) (partially funded by grant)

All registration fees include: refreshments, lunch, materials

Please send registration (see attachment) by postal mail or email Smb4STEAM@gmail.com

by Thursday, July 6th.

Date(s):
7/12/2017 8:00 AM - 7/12/2017 3:00 PM
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Tag(s): Curriculum/Instructional Methods Instructional Technology Math Professional Development Professional Resources Science