Student-Built Habitat for Humanity Home

Thursday, September 22, 2022 @ 7:00 PM EST
Presented by: Frank Caccavale

Culturally relevant and responsive teaching, equitable access, underrepresented groups in STEM…do any of these phrases ring a bell? Model STEM schools and programs provide inclusive and diverse learning opportunities for all students. Explore how you can use instructional resources, pedagogy, experiences, and partnerships to increase access and success within STEM schools.

Frank Caccavale is the Structural Design and Fabrication teacher at Roxbury High School (NJ). His work to partner his school's technology and engineering education program with various companies, organizations, and other entities has led to authentic and meaningful learning experiences for students and the interest of local and national news outlets, politicians, and the community as a whole. In 2022 Frank was recognized with ITEEA's Prakken Professional Practice award. Frank is the Executive Director of the New Jersey Technology Engineering Educators Association (NJTEEA), on the executive board for ITEEA's Council for STEM Leadership (CSL), and serves as an ITEEA State Champion.