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Tonight at 6:00pm EST - STEMinar: Become a STEM School of Excellence

September 10, 2019

ITEEA's specially designed professional development STEMinar series focuses on Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Education) in your school.

Becoming a STEM School of Excellence!

September 10 at 6:00pm (EST)

Presenter: Jennifer Buelin, Ed.D., NBCT

This webinar series is FREE to ITEEA members. The fee for non-members is $45.

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News - Aug19 - SchoolofExcellenceIs your school a STEM School of Excellence? Are you interested in starting the transition to becoming a STEM-oriented school? What are the characteristics of a STEM school that set it apart? What are best practices for fostering STEM literacy beyond your school building and into the broader community? How can your school's STEM leaders better share their successes locally and on the national stage? 

 

ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning launched the STEM School of Excellence award program in Spring, 2019, and the application window is still open for recognition at the 2020 ITEEA annual conference in Baltimore. Join us Tuesday, September 10, 6-7 PM EST for the kickoff STEMinar for the 2019-20 season:

 

Becoming a STEM School of Excellence! 

Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the application process and the benefits of participating in this program. 

 

Free registration to ITEEA members 

$45 non-members 

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Join ITEEA now!

 

Jennifer Buelin, Ed.D., NBCT, is Director of ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning, which houses ITEEA’s curriculum, assessment, research, and professional development initiatives. Following 12 years in the secondary classroom, she has published and presented on methods of fostering and assessing creativity in technology and engineering education, and has focused recently on doing so within a framework for integrative STEM education driven by the Grand Challenges for Engineering. She currently serves on the editorial review board for the Technology and Engineering Teacher and has served as a reviewer for several divisions of the American Society for Engineering Education. Dr. Buelin graduated from Campbell University with a BA in Studio Art and Theatre Arts and Wake Forest University with an MA in Liberal Studies with a dramaturgy emphasis. She earned National Board certification in Career and Technical Education/Arts and Communications, and her Ed.D. from NC State, where she taught courses in Graphic Communications and Technology, Engineering, and Design Education on the NC State faculty in the Department of STEM Education.