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ITEEA Participates as Part of STEM Leaders Panel

July 13, 2017

News - July17 - STEMForumPanel

(Photo credit: Chi Klein)

Dr. Jennifer Buelin, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Digital Initiatives with ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning took part in a STEM Leaders Panel on Wednesday, July 12th. The Panel was a featured event at the NSTA STEM Forum, being held in Kissimmee, Florida, July 12-14. 

Information about the Panel is included below.

STEM Leaders Panel: Do We Need STEM Certification? And, Who Decides?

Wednesday, July 12 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM

Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Osceola B

Join us in a lively discussion as we bring all our voices together to discuss STEM certification. 
 
Our leading STEM associations/organizations will weigh in on your responses to several thought-provoking questions that will be presented during the session. Audience participation is critical in informing this group as they consider criteria for STEM certification. A series of blogs will be scheduled to follow during subsequent months.
 
Follow along on Twitter using #STEMvoices.

Moderator: David Evans, NSTA Executive Director

Panelists:

  • David Crowther, NSTA President
  • Bob Melton, Past President, NABT
  • Jennifer Buelin, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, ITEEA
  • Norman L. Fortenberry, ASEE Executive Director
  • Sherri Rukes, President-Elect, AACT
  • Diane Briars, Past President, NCTM
  • David Burns, Director of STEM Innovation Networks, Battelle

Presenter(s): David Crowther (University of Nevada, Reno: Reno, NV), Bob Melton (Putnam City Schools: Oklahoma City, OK), Jennifer Buelin (International Technology and Engineering Educators Association: Reston, VA), Norman Fortenberry (American Society for Engineering Education: Washington, DC), Diane Briars (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Pittsburgh, PA), David Burns (Ohio STEM Learning Network/Battelle: Columbus, OH)

Click here for more information about the STEM Forum.