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H2O – Headwaters to Ocean | H2O – Experiential Technology Enhanced Water Education – Rudy Rosen DTEACh Overview Teachers undergoing training though the DTEACh program. AUSTIN, TEXAS—March 8, 2011 We all hear about the importance of improving STEM education for K-12th graders and getting more people excited about the vast possibilities with engineering innovations. Two of the award-winning professors here at the Cockrell School of Engineering answered that call by creating the Design, Technology, & Engineering for All Chilren (DTEACh) program and Professional Development Institute (PDI) almost 20 years ago. Over the past 18 years, more than 700 educators and 60,000 students have been impacted by the program, which features integration of engineering design challenges into other disciplines… from literature to science and mathematics to art. Throughout human history, imagination has come to fruition through engineering, which has driven immense advances in civilization. A robot used in Dr. One of the teacher teams poses with their robots after the final presentation.
STEM Education | Teacher Training By Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski - Part 18 Conducted Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) teacher training recently at a charter school in Florida. Each training session was three hours in length, just enough time to introduce the teachers to hands-on-minds-on STEM investigations that help to develop and strengthen critical thinking skills in students. My goal is to present to the teachers that they can use inexpensive, readily available, and even recyclable items to teach STEM concepts. Teacher Training Workshops by Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski | Teacher Training By Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski is a nationally recognized science education consultant with over 30 years experience in academia. Having been employed full-time as a science educator at the middle and high-school level, as a university professor teaching science education methods courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, and as a professional staff development consultant. In 1987 Diana ventured out of the classroom as a full-time science teacher to start her own science education consulting business. Dr. Dr. All of Dr. Available Hands-On Science Professional Staff Development Teacher Training Workshops (National): Implementing The Next Generation Science Standards In The Classroom via Inquiry-Based Learning Making The Connection: Genuine Integrated Science In The Secondary Science Classroom Connecting Science With Other Disciplines Exploring The Nature of Matter via A Kitchen Chemistry Approach Exploring Earth and Space Science Concepts Exploring Physical Science Concepts Nature Explorers
Teachers | STEM Education Resource Center Welcome to PBS Teachers STEM Education Resource Center! Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Resources for Grades PreK-12 PBS offers all Americans the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning through television and online content. On-line broadband access and digital media are dramatically changing the opportunities available to the nation’s educators improving STEM education. Our recent national educator survey (Grunwald, 2009) indicates that more teachers than ever before are turning to digital media resources to help their students understand concepts, practice new skills and engage in exciting, authentic learning experiences. Explore some of our great STEM offerings for grades PreK-12. NOVA Science Now: The Secret Life of Scientists, "Becoming the Professor". The PBS Teachers STEM Education Resource Center is here to introduce you to selected STEM education resources. STEM Education News
STEM Teacher Resources Proof Points... Being a STEM teacher means that you are very busy and that time is always at a premium. Teachers need all the help they can get to develop instructional plans that are engaging and standards-based. The goals for developing these STEM Resources were twofold. We identified major topics that were of current interest to STEM teachers and scoured the Internet to locate websites that were of particularly high-quality. STEM WebLinks is where these materials are located. STEM Weblinks: The Way It Works... These WebLink collections can help teachers to effectively integrate digital resources into their professional practice. Teams of Tennessee teachers carefully searched the Internet to find valuable places where STEM educators can gather information about topics and themes of general interest, such as inquiry, lab safety,and trade books. A word of caution… the Internet is dynamic and rapidly-changing. Teacher Work Samples: The Way It Works...
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