Theme of the month

Theme of the Month

Join us each month as we focus on a topic of interest to STEM Teacher Leaders with an expert webinar panel, open
discussion, resources and blog post. 

January

America's Strategy for STEM Education – Why it is Relevant to STEM Teacher-Leaders

Jeff Weld

This month's theme, moderated by Jeff Weld, will address four critical aspects of “America’s Strategy For STEM Education” and discuss why it is relevant to STEM Teacher Leaders. The four areas that will be addressed are 1) Increasing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in STEM, 2) Engaging Students where Disciplines Converge, 3) Promoting Computational Literacy and 4) Building STEM Ecosystems and Strategic Partnerships.

Expert Panel: America's Strategy for STEM Education – Why it is Relevant to STEM Teacher-Leaders
Date & Recorded on: January 8, 2020 at 7PM EST
Moderator: Jeff Weld
Panelists: K. Renae Pullen, Remy Dou, Cindy Hasselbring, and Sarah Young  

 
 

 

Blog

Brian Drayton
In this blog post, Brian Drayton provides a synthesis of this month's theme "America's Strategy for STEM Education – Why it is Relevant to STEM Teacher-Leaders," that highlights the challenges discussed by experienced teacher-leaders and other educators who participated in this month's discussion and expert panel.
Jeff Weld
Jeff Weld kicks off this month's theme, "America's Strategy for STEM Education – Why it is Relevant to STEM Teacher-Leaders," with a blog post that highlights the importance of the Federal Strategic Plan and discusses his thoughts on the upcoming expert panel and facilitated discussion. He invites all members to take an active part in sharing their perspective by commenting on this blog post.

Discussion

Expert Panel