K-12 STEM Programming for District and Community Leadership - 30436

This workshop prepares campus administrators and STEM leaders to shape, support, and sustain STEM initiatives within their district or campus. Participants will learn by doing, engaging directly in the instructional approaches most critical to the STEM endeavor: project-based learning, design-based challenges, and computational thinking. Resources will be provided for navigating the implementation of STEM programming.

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Higher Education Personnel, Industry/Business/Community Leaders, Instructional Leaders, Principals, Central Office Administrators, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5)
Relate personal experience with hands-on STEM lessons to collaboratively define and understand the processes of engineering design and computational thinking. Differentiate between project- and problem-based learning and design challenges and make preliminary decisions regarding which approach may be more appropriate for their work context. Define STEM education, STEM fluency skills, and indicators of high-quality STEM education as they relate to the TEA's STEM Framework.
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