Recently updated on February 4th, 2022 at 12:50 pm
Teaching is tough, heart-centered work and it’s so important to not only continue our own learning, but to reconnect with what inspires us to teach in the first place.
Some PD just really hits the mark of being practical and inspiring. It’s rare when training restores your energy and passion for the incredibly important work we do.
That’s what STEM CON was about last year, and that’s what it’s about this year … but you’ll notice we’re adding on to the awesomeness!
We’re going “beyond” what we started last year. This year’s session list includes more STEAM, secondary content, SPED, and more!
Integrating STEM with literature and content standards in multiple content areas
Culturally responsive STEM/STEAM
Social-emotional learning & STEM/STEAM
Makerspaces & Builder Clubs
Special education & STEM/STEAM
Augmented Reality apps
Distance learning approaches & modifications
The EDP, helping kids deal with failure, questioning methods, and many more!
I’m presenting 2 sessions this time (last year I did 1):
- Using Virtual Manipulatives for STEM Challenges
Using a Flipped Classroom Model for STEM Instruction
In addition to my sessions, this is what you can look forward to:
💜 45+ sessions, panels, and interviews from 25+ passionate educators
💜 25+ hours of video sessions on a wide range of STEM topics
💜 Daily freebies, raffles, & giveaways
💜 Private, pop-up conference Facebook group to interact with presenters and teachers around the world
💜 Bonus Bundle of 13 teaching resources for all attendees
💜 Opportunities to earn PD credits (see site FAQ for details)
⭐️ Be sure to grab the downloadable conference guide while you’re there — it’s so helpful for helping you figure out which sessions are the perfect fit for your grade level.
I really hope to “see” you there! Pin this post to get back to later, but don’t wait too long or you’ll miss the early bird registration rates.