Gain Valuable STEM Teaching Strategies and Resources at the Elementary STEM Showcase

The 8th Annual STEM Forum & Expo, hosted by NSTA this coming July in San Francisco, offers valuable resources for educators and organizations seeking to learn more about STEM education from preK through university. You will walk away from the STEM Forum & Expo with ideas you can use immediately in the classroom.

And for elementary educators, a lot of those ideas will come from the Elementary STEM Showcase, a featured program during the STEM Forum that provides a variety of preK–5 STEM teaching strategies and resources. The Showcase takes place Thursday morning, July 25, and is the only elementary-level session offered during the time slot (so that no one has to miss out).

Effectively integrating STEM into elementary school lessons is an important component to helping students become innovative thinkers and problem solvers. During the Showcase, participants will engage in hands-on activities and interact with presenters about STEM investigations and ways to incorporate STEM into their already busy classrooms. Featured materials during the Showcase include NSTA Press® books, award-winning books from the Best STEM Books list, and strategies from the NSTA preK–5 journal, Science & Children.

The Early Bird Registration deadline for the 8th Annual STEM Forum & Expo, hosted by NSTA is May 13; register early to save. Visit the conference website for up-to-date information on the STEM Forum and Expo. We hope to see you this July in San Francisco!

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