Global STEMx Education Conference – online!

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Visit an exciting conference without leaving your armchair -at any time of the day or night!

Last Day of the Global STEMx Education Conference:

Visit Global STEMx Education Conference at: http://stemxcon.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

The agenda for the day:

The recordings of sessions are getting posted on the recordings page atStemxCon.com within minutes of the sessions finishing.immediately after completion.

8:00am

SPOTLIGHT: Where Are the Girls? – Kim Wilkens, technology activist

8:00am
SPOTLIGHT: Get Your Students Outside with Technology! – Patty McGinnis, Gifted Support Specialist

8:00am
STEAM by Design – Linda Nelson Keane, AIA, NCARB Professor of Architecture and Environmental Design The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Director, NEXT.cc Informal STEAM Learning

8:00am
STEM Webmixes with Symbaloo – Dr. Jane C. Bowser, Technology Coordinator

8:00am
The Chameleon Factor – Beate Nguyen, M.A.Ed, Principal

9:00am
Inquiry and Design using LilyPad Arduino – Paula Klonowski Leach

9:00am
Inquiry Approaches to Integrating Environmental Literacy and 21st Century Skills – Miguel Fuentes, Curriculum and Evaluation Director

9:00am
The Process and Product of Creativity and Innovation: What does it look like? – Alex Downs & Erica Hoffman

9:00am
Tools for Schools – Helping students move from backpacks to briefcases – Randy Kesterson, CEO & Founder

9:00am
Upgraded Methods for Instructional Design w/ Project Based Learning and STEM in the Global Learning Framework – Richard Close

10:00am
Online Communities of Practice – Are They Worth it? – Torrey Trust, Ph.D. Candidate

10:00am
SPOTLIGHT: Computer Science for All! – Kim Wilkens, technology activist

10:00am
SPOTLIGHT: Language: The State of the Nation – Dr. William P. Rivers, Executive Director

10:00am
STEAM Fabrication and Technology Integration Approaches in US Rural Middle School After School Programs – Jennifer Miller, PhD Learning Technology Research Student, District Instructional Technology Coordinator

10:00am
VoiceThread for Digital Education – Kelli Stair- teacher/ writer

11:00am
KEYNOTE: Avis Yates Rivers, Director National Center for Women & Information Technology – “Inspiring The Next Generation in IT ”

12:00pm
An Example STEAM and Maker-Education Curriculum: From Puppets to Robots – Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D.

12:00pm
Build Curriculum for any Mobile Device – Build Once, Learn Anywhere! – Heather Chirtea, Executive Director

12:00pm
Science Literacy Standards with Discussion-Enhancing Technology Tools – Kelli Stair- teacher, writer

12:00pm
SPOTLIGHT: Visual Numbers in Math – Rebecca Reiniger, Educational Coordinator

12:00pm
Stuff, STEM, and Sustainability: Engaging Students in Examining Global Systems, Resources, and Consumption – Dave Wilton, Professional Development Manager

1:00pm
Best Practices Around Implementing Educational Games – Lindsey Tropf, M.Ed. / School Psychology Doctoral Candidate & Intern, CEO

1:00pm
In Depth Education: Using 3D Technologies to Enhance STEMx – Nancye Blair Black, Founder/Chair SIG 3D

1:00pm
myScience: USGS Citizen Science Project Discovery & Public Engagement Application – Sally Holl, Geographer

1:00pm
Release the Geniuses! Promoting Innovation and Creativity During the School Day – Philip McIntosh, Math and Science Teacher

1:00pm
STEM Can Lead the Way: Rethinking Teacher Preparation and Policy – Marcella Klein Williams Ed.D., Chief Education Officer

2:00pm
Factors that Affect the Success Rate of Under Represented Minority Students (URMs) in STEM Education – Berta Hayes Capo Program Professor of Science Education

2:00pm
MIT BLOSSOMS for Interactive STEM Education – Richard C. Larson, Professor

2:00pm
STEM Expo – Innovative Alternative to Typical Science Fairs – Eric Bull, Chief Instigator

2:00pm
Using Mobile Technology for STEM Instructional Delivery – Ajibike O Itegboje Ms.

2:00pm
Utilizing Inquiry Based Teaching Strategies in a High School Engineering Curriculum – Andries van der Bent, Engineering/Career Tech Teacher

3:00pm
KEYNOTE: Julia Stiglitz, Director, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships Coursera – “MOOCs ”

4:00pm
Explaining Everything: Authentic formative assessment through screencasting – Reshan Richards, Director of Educational Technology

4:00pm
Igniting the Spark! Build, Play, Learn – Fun STEM Activities for School Year and Summer Camp Programs – Laura Briggs, STEM Camp Director, Technology Resource Teacher

4:00pm
Knocking Down Classroom Walls – Kyle Webb, Math and STEM Teacher

4:00pm
Make Coding Mandatory – Idit Harel Caperton, Founder and President

4:00pm
Mentoring through Social Media: Connecting Scientists to Students – Sara Imari Walker, S.A.G.A.N. Administrator

5:00pm
Closing the Achievement Gap: Fair Teaching in an Inclusive Math Class – Amy Helmstetter, Outreach Manager

5:00pm
Culturally Enriched Digital Engagement of Latino & Immigrant Youth – Octavio Pescador

5:00pm
Engaging Mums & Sons, Dads & Daughters into Computing Science with the Raspberry Pi Computer – Mr Alan O’Donohoe

5:00pm
SPOTLIGHT: Changing the Climate of STEM Education in Our Digital World – Kim Spangenberg, STEM Program Manager

5:00pm
We Get Girls: Encouraging High School Girls to Choose Engineering – Katie Phillips, Physics Teacher

6:00pm
Making the Switch to Teaching Foreign Language Online; Adapting Your Teaching for a New Context – Kara Mac Donald, Assistant Professor

6:00pm
Reframing Leadership in the STEM/TPBL Schoolhouse – Monica S. Hunter, Ph.D., Director of Research

6:00pm
Reinforcing the “literacy” in STEM literacy – Wayne Christensen Associate Professor of English

6:00pm
Science Alliance Clubs – An Innovative and High ROI Model for Teaching Science Research and Leadership – Christina Ren, Co-Founder, Science Alliance Network; Senior High School Student at Monte Vista High

6:00pm
Tikho’s Story: A Quest for Clean Water in Zambia – Natasha Sarkar, CAWST Youth Wavemakers Program Manage

7:00pm
CLOSING KEYNOTE: Al Byers, Associate Executive Director, Services National Science Teachers Association – “Developing Large Scale Effective STEM Teacher Learning Communities at the National Science Teachers Association”

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