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Sessions

FT ACCESS AND EQUITY, Business Engagement, Parent Engagement and Ideas for a Robust Out-of-School Time
April 4, 2022

Access and Equity, Business Engagement, Parent Engagement and Ideas for a Robust Out- of-School Time (OST) Network Field Trip Join us for a hands-on informative session at the Mid Michigan Children’s Museum where you will see fun and engaging displays that also serve as early career exploration activities.  Find out how a robust OST network has been established and learn […]

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Raspberry Pi Workshop
April 3, 2022

Time: 8:45 AM – 10:25 AM WORKSHOP (90 Minutes)Attendees to bring their own laptop) Simulating a Code Club – Hands on Demonstration Follow-Up discussion of various Code Club models by several code club partners

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Session: 20. Creating Collaborative STEM Spaces: Design and Innovation Studios
April 3, 2022

Time: 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM Abstract:   Design & Innovation Studios prepare students to become tomorrow’s industry leaders. In this  interactive, face-to-face session, learn how to implement immersive, intentional, collaborative  STEM spaces that combine best-in-class educational technologies with project-based learning   opportunities. Meet two education leaders who are using Design & Innovation Studios to create  a competitive manufacturing ecosystem for rural […]

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Session: 23. Adaptation and Accessibility during COVID: How reframing our ideas regarding accessibility changed our ecosystem for the better.
April 3, 2022

Time: 2:40 PM – 3:25 PM Abstract:   The most essential part of a natural ecosystem is accessibility of resources. If organisms within  an ecosystem are not able to access the resources they need; they must adapt, leave or perish.  Within our STEM ecosystem, The Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, our assumptions regarding  accessibility were challenged during the first two years of […]

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Session: 8. Beit Hakerem Cluster educators – cooperative leadership, languages gaps and educating in a diverse society
April 3, 2022

Time: 2:40 PM – 3:25 PM Abstract:   “Beit Hakerem Cluster educators” is a program for 25 teachers from different municipalities in  Beit Hakerem cluster, Israel. The teachers who take part in this program are Jews, Muslims,  Christians and Druze. In this session we will expose the program syllabus and by learning the  tool of “Problem tree” we will deal together […]

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Session: 3. STEM+M – STEM Engagement Through Military Partnerships
April 3, 2022

Time: 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM Abstract:   Explore rich opportunities in STEM available through our military connections. All communities,  regardless of military connection, can benefit from access to resources available from our  military partners, including DoD STEM, DoDEA, MCEC and more.   This theme, People, Planet, Prosperity, is supported by connecting people to resources and  opportunities across the planet through global […]

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Session: 21. Connecting Students, STEM and System
April 3, 2022

Tuesday, June 21st, 1:45-2:30 PM EST. Engaging students in improving their communities through STEM and public policy In this session, Engaging students in improving their communities through STEM and public policy, participants will learn about a unique project-based learning challenge for high school students that connects the UN Sustainability Goals, the engineering design process, and the legislative branch of government. […]

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Session: 7. Tips on Marketing/Funding Ecosystems: Learn and share  ideas/pitfalls of messaging and fundraising.
April 3, 2022

Time: 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM Abstract:   People and Prosperity are at the center of Communications and Fundraising! Lindy and Carrie  will share multiple practices (both in person/virtually – print format and in person) of the Iowa  STEM Council and Regional Hub networks to connect with and engage various audiences in  STEM through a PPT presentation, video and audio content, […]

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Session: 4. Moving from Ecosystem to Ecosphere – going beyond your region to broaden your impact.
April 3, 2022

Time: 1:45 PM – 3:25 PM Abstract:   “Ecospheres are “Groups of STEM Ecosystems that are connected by geography by audience or  by other unifying factors.” Like individual Ecosystems, Ecospheres support networking and  collaboration, help reduce duplication, identify gaps in services, and foster equitable access to  STEM resources.   Several Ecosystems have already joined together to form Ecospheres – whether or not […]

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Session: 14. Ready, Set, Action! How to Provide a Framework to Sustainability Initiatives in Your Ecosystem
April 3, 2022

Time: 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM Abstract:   Nearly $6 million in grants have been awarded in the Sustainable Jersey for Schools program  since 2009. This program focuses directly on People, Planet and Prosperity. Both municipalities  and schools have learned to implement and document over 120 actions from the list of best  practices called “actions”. We will analyze many practices for […]

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