Equipping Teachers to create amazing STEAM Experiences.
Crafting the Future 2019 is perfect for educators, administrators and curriculum specialists (Pre-K to 8) who want to explore best practices, instructional strategies and high-level engagement pedagogy for inspiring students through STEM. You’ll participate in more than 10 demonstrations and experiments.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend
1.Find Inspiration –Spend an amazing day with the speakers as they share their techniques for creating STEAM experiences that get kids excited about learning more and doing more.
2.AMAZING EXPERIMENTS – Participate in more than 10 hands-on STEM experiments, demonstrations and design challenges that are aligned with the Next Generational Standards.
3.BUILD CONNECTIONS – Explore new standards-based approaches and best practices to build connections, find mentors and network with like-minded educators. Become part of a community that will help sustain your efforts in promoting STEAM in the classroom.
4.EFFECTIVE TEACHER –The conference will help you become a more effective STEM teacher. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to use unique strategies for turning ordinary activities into practical experiences that teach solid STEM.
5.RELEVANCE- Whatever the age group you teach, the conference promises to have relevant content for you. With separate tracks for Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary education the conference promises to deliver content that is most apt to the grades you teach. Want to be at the forefront of your community? A separate Leadership track ensures that you have ample opportunities to brush up your leadership skill set.
This innovative workshop focuses on best practices for student engagement strategies as the learner uses inquiry-based science to explore popular STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) challenges. This is not a “sit-and-watch” teacher training… this is a “get-up-and-do” learning experience featuring over 10 engaging activities that you can take home and immediately share with your students.