January 26, 2021
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Don't Miss These Inspiring Keynote Presenters as They Take the Virtual Stage!
Kelli List Wells
Founder and CEO
STEM Leadership Alliance
The Importance of Creating an Integrative STEM Culture
New studies indicate by 2030 all jobs will include STEM. STEM, however, has been used as an acronym and is taught in silos. It is equated with an activity such as a project or a robotics club. STEM needs to connect science, math, engineering, and technology and in order to do this, the capacity of educators needs to be built to develop Integrative STEM units of instruction. Right now, there has never been a time that has been more important for schools, districts, states, nonprofits, parents, community, business, and higher education to come together to support the needs of students. By creating an integrative STEM Culture, this will transform the learning whether it is in person, remote, or hybrid. This is an opportunity to come together to support ALL students to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and our future leaders.
CEO of WhyMaker
Teaching the Future: Harnessing the Superpowers of Being a
Technology and Engineering Educator
Did you know that Technology and Engineering Educators have the ultimate power to improve education? Your passion and skills are key. In this keynote, from a teacher just like you, we will define the technology and engineering educator's superpowers that help students succeed. When harnessed correctly, these superpowers inspire the future generation and the future of education as we know it. You will walk away with an understanding of your purpose in the larger educational system and more strategies to add to your tool belt.
P. John Williams
Professor of Education/Director of Graduate Research
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
International Application of Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy: The Role of Technology and Engineering in STEM Education
This keynote presentation will examine some of the international curriculum developments in Technology Education and speculate about the applicability of the ITEEA US Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy to these developments. There are 19 international ITEEA STEM Centres around the world, some of which used the previous Standards for a range of purposes, and their future use of STEL will be discussed.
The presentation will be framed within international concepts of post colonialism, post modernism and neoliberalism which both significantly impact international educational developments and provide a framework for the critique of such developments.
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