Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway Workshop
February 11, 2015
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
St. Louis Metal Workers Hall
St. Louis, MO
The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition, in partnership with the Carnegie Science Center will be hosting a STEM Excellence Workshop on February, 11, 2015 from 8am to 3pm at the St. Louis Metal Workers Hall, 2319 Chouteau, St. Louis, MO. The STEM Excellence Workshop will discuss the STEM Excellence Pathway rubric tool as developed by the Carnegie Science Center. The workshop will focus on integrating STEM curriculum across disciplines, grade-levels and schools. This will be a great opportunity for school and school district leadership to work across the education delivery model to address existing STEM integration work and to develop a practical plan for effective STEM education. The workshop will be facilitated by Jason Brown, Director of Science and Education, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA.
This will be a working event. State and national experts in STEM education will assist school and school district teams as they perform self-assessments, brainstorm and develop a strategic framework to expand STEM integration across disciplines, grade levels and multiple facilities.
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Please find below the registration link for the STEM Excellence Pathway Workshop on February 11th. Register your STEM Leadership Team today. STEM Teams can be comprised of district leadership and curriculum coordinators, school level leadership at elementary, middle and secondary levels, CTE program coordinators and STEM educators. Note, K-5 and non-STEM educators are welcome to attend as team members. In previous workshops schools have included elementary, ELA and even social science educators on their respective teams. Registration to be conducted by District, unless you are a private or charter school and then please register by school name. Please put the total number of attendees (up to 8 per team) in the quantity box on the registration page.
STEM Excellence Pathway Registration
STEM resource partners will be on hand in the afternoon to help with outreach and professional development opportunities. Also, special guests to provide opening remarks for this valuable day. The workshop is free. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
If you have any questions on this event, please feel to contact Brian Crouse at 573-634-3511 or email@example.com We look forward to working you and your school / district STEM leaders to expand STEM education opportunities for your students.
In partnership with-
Project Lead the Way
St. Louis Community College
KC STEM Alliance
University of Missouri- St. Louis