Tips for Building your STEM Program

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Thursday December 8, 2011 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST

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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!

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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

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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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