Editor’s Note: This blog originally listed the wrong featured speaker for this strand.
This spring, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) will feature a special strand “2017: A STEM Odyssey” at our 2017 National Conference on Science Education, in Los Angeles: March 30–April 2. Students’ science learning has changed dramatically from learning in the past. In a STEM environment, students’ understanding of the world around them is facilitated through the intentional connections between the four disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM curriculum provides research-based instructional strategies that engage diverse learners and highlights career pathways in STEM-related fields. More importantly, STEM provides opportunities for all students to place themselves in a 21st-century world. Participants will connect and collaborate to increase their understanding and ability to teach STEM-based lessons and instructional sequences.
The featured presentation for this strand will be announced soon!
Below is a small sampling of other sessions on this topic:
- Host a Rockstar Family STEM Event
- Incorporating Global STEM Collaboration into Your Classroom!
- Interactive Science Notebooks: Low-Tech Creations for Higher Level Thinking
- Bilingual Engineering Adventures for the Whole Family
- Using Robots to Teach Science, Math, Art, and Language Arts
- A STEM Approach to Integrate Drones as a Teaching and Technology Tool
- Early Elementary STEM Curriculum
Want more? Browse the program preview, or check out more sessions and other events with the LA Session Browser/Personal Scheduler. Follow all our conference tweets using #NSTA17, and if you tweet, please feel free to tag us @NSTA so we see it! Need to request funding or time off? Download this letter of support.
The mission of NSTA is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.
Future NSTA Conferences
2017 National Conference
2017 STEM Forum & Expo