Concurrent Sessions and Events
Close to 300 educator sessions have been scheduled at the STEM Forum & Expo. Sessions are classified by strand [PreK–2 (Early Childhood), Grades 3–5, Grades 6–9, Grades 10–12, Effective STEM Partnerships, and Administrators]. Sessions are further identified by audience level (Preschool, Elementary, Middle Level, High School, College, Supervision/Administration, Informal Education, or some combination of levels). One hour in length, all are open to registrants at no additional cost. Popular sessions fill quickly, however, and it is recommended that you arrive early to ensure a seat.
For complete descriptions and scheduling information, select Presentation and Workshop in the session browser.
Exhibitor-sponsored workshops for science teachers are offered throughout the STEM Forum & Expo. These workshops give you an opportunity to use a variety of commercial instructional materials. The number of participants for each is limited by the size of the room, but tickets are not required. Attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Check back in March for complete list of exhibitor workshops.
Ainissa Ramirez—scientist, educator, and science evangelist—is our Keynote Speaker on Wednesday, May 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.
Click here for a complete description and scheduling information on this fascinating speaker.
Leading voices in the STEM education community will share their expertise on successfully integrating STEM in the classroom and provide ideas that administrators and teachers can learn to implement a comprehensive, schoolwide STEM program.
Click here for complete descriptions and scheduling information for invited panel discussions.