Participants will investigate the components of STEM. After exploring each of the 4 parts of STEM, teachers will continue their learning through collaborative discussions and lesson planning. As part of this work, teachers will strengthen their teaching pedagogy. This instruction and teacher involvement will include designing, administering, and collecting student assessment data, both formative and summative to ensure maximum learning for each and every student. Teachers will work collaboratively across content areas to design and deliver rigorous STEM lessons aligned to content standards.
Instructors: Tammy Askeland-Nagle, Kim Awalt, Robert Reppert, Julie Larson, Heather Cousins
Location: Mississippi Bend AEA
Dates: 9/23/15, 10/15/15, 11/16/15, 1/25/16, 2/22/16
Registration closes on 9/9/15.
$200 for 1 Drake EDMA credit
$130 for 1 Relicensure credit
$30 audit/no credit
Fees include $30 for materials
For more information about Drake Univ. EDMA credit visit Drake Credit Info on the MBAEA Professional Development webpage.