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Archive: Transforming Science Learning: Hurray! STEM Is Here to Stay, April 15, 2020 (12:00 pm ET)

How can STEM help us achieve the vision of a scientifically literate society while also equipping our kids with the problem-solving skills to succeed in today’s workplace? Join us for an inspiring discussion on contemporary STEM education packed with resources and ideas for both teachers and parents.

Note: This web seminar was also be presented live on the same day (April 15) at 7:00 pm ET for those unable to watch it live at 12:00 pm ET.

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To view the presentation slides from the web seminar and related resources, visit the resource collection. Continue discussing this topic in the community forums.

Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "I am not a techie type of teacher so it was all first time for me and I found it interesting,meaningful and worth the wait.I found it vey interactive and will definitely try again next time."
  • "I enjoyed watching videos of activities actual teachers were doing in their classrooms. It's nice seeing things in action rather than just hearing about it."
  • "I loved seeing what the concepts looked like in a classroom with actual students. It made them tangible and I could more easily picture implementing them myself."
  • "I thought this seminar was very resourceful and followed up very well to the other two seminars. I think the video examples and resources presented combined with the interactive nature of the seminar works very well."

A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' account page for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.

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