Tips for Building your STEM Program

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Thursday December 8, 2011 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST
 
 
With the current emphasis on STEM education, it is essential for educators to provide an engaging learning environment to get, and keep, students interested in the scientific learning process – both in and out of the classroom. Join us to hear from some of Vernier’s 30th anniversary technology grant winners as they share their innovative STEM initiatives that bring inquiry-based learning to the classroom and tips for navigating the grant process.
 
One attendee will win a LabQuest with a temperature probe during the webinar!
 
 
Presenters
Stephen Biscotte, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology Teacher, Cave Spring High School in Roanoke, Virginia 
Jamie Tucker, Science Teacher, Sioux Valley High School, Volga, South Dakota 

James Brownlow, polymer science teacher at Hattiesburg High School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Guy Wadas, physical science and engineering concepts teacher at Cashman Middle School in Las Vegas, NV
 
 
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