In this EdChat Interactive, part of the STEM, Engagement & Robotics Series from ClassFlow, veteran educators from Marshall Independent School District share the evolution of their district’s STEM program. Designed to develop future-ready students, their program uses rigorous, standards-aligned projects that involve real-world problems, global connections, hands-on builds, and technology. The presenters will discuss details about the program’s framework, focus, and resources, as well as how they leveraged community partnerships, events, and various funding sources to bring the program to life. Whether you’ve specialized in STEM for years or are just getting started, join us to discuss the challenges and successes of growing a district-wide STEM program. Please scroll down to register.
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Date: Wednesday, Sept 28
Time: 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
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Other sessions in this series
Engaging Assessment with Kathy Perret
Today's Classroom: Robotics, Programing, and Computer Science with Dave Blanchard