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Register Now For Session 5 of the 2017 Integrative STEM Professional Learning Community

May 19, 2017

Online PLC- Register Now!

ITEEA invites all STEM Education Professionals to register now for Session 5 of the Spring 2017 Integrative STEM Education Professional Learning Community - "Getting the Word Out: Sharing, Advocacy, Conference Presentations, and Publication" scheduled for May 23, 2017 at 8PM EST.

Session 5 will be led by the Coordinator of Graduate Studies in the Technology Department at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Dr. Thomas Loveland and Editor-in-Chief of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Katie de la Paz.

Participants receive electronic badges and certificates of completion to be applied toward local CEUs for each session. Archives from Sessions 1, 2, 3, and 4 are available to full-semester registrants, and full participation is still an option for those seeking to submit certificates of completion for CEUs.

Individual and Group Registration is available, with significant savings for members of ITEEA, the STEM CTL Consortium, and EbD Network Schools. 

Register Here Today or contact Dr. Jennifer Buelin with questions.

The Spring 2017 Integrative STEM Education Professional Learning Community is designed for practicing teachers, preservice teachers, graduate students, and other stakeholders seeking a community of practice for successful implementation of Integrative STEM Education, the I-STEM Education online PLC offers presentations, discussions, networking, and Q&A opportunities with nationally recognized scholars and practitioners.

Housed in ITEEA’s LMS, EbD-BUZZ, and grounded in five monthly interactive online sessions during the Spring 2017 semester, the I-STEM Ed PLC sessions guide participants through the study of topics critical to the successful implementation of I-STEM Education such as:

  • Nature and Definition of I-STEM Education
  • Collaboration Among Disciplines: Integrative Themes, Projects, and Design Challenges
  • Maximizing Your STEM Lab: Best Practices
  • Iterative Nature of Engineering Design Processes: I-STEM Education in Practice
  • Field Testing and Action Research
  • Getting the Word Out: Sharing, Advocacy, Conference Presentations, and Publication