2023 Atlanta National Conference

March 22-25, 2023

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Speed Sharing: Secondary STEM

Saturday, March 25 • 10:20 AM - 11:20 AM

Georgia World Congress Center - B301



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NSTA_STEM Pipline 2023.pptx
Rushing- NSTA 2023 Presentation- To sit or to stand.pdf
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Do you wonder how STEM learning can impact communities? Hear from educators who share their experiences and resources for creating student advocates, problem-based learning, and developing student debate.

Developing Students Who Are STEM Advocates
Students who have been positively impacted by their STEM experiences can become some of the best advocates that can help change the lives of others in their community. Working with these students to develop their stories and to give them the tools to have successful meetings with legislators.

To Sit or to Stand: A Problem-Based Learning Unit Connecting High School Science Students to the Local STEM Community
Is a field trip enough? Connect your science students to STEM career opportunities found within their own community by helping those businesses solve challenges they already face! Participants will gain insight on planning STEM project-based learning units for science courses.

Inspiring Marine Protection and Careers for Teens (IMPACT)
The Wildlife Conservation Society is leading Inspiring Marine Protection and Careers for Teens (IMPACT) to prepare teachers and empower students in energy alternative careers. This project fosters foundational skill development by connecting students to professionals and professional development.

SPEAKERS:
Nancy McIntyre (Robotics Education & Competition Foundation: Greenville, TX), Patricia Rushing (PhD Candidate: , VA), Sonia Ahrabi (New York Aquarium: No City, No State)

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