The Missouri Mathematics and Science, in partnership with the Carnegie Science Center will be hosting a Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway Workshop. The Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway Workshop will present on the STEM pathway rubric tool as developed by the Carnegie Science Center to increase school/district effectiveness in STEM education. The workshop will focus on integrating STEM curriculum across disciplines, grade-levels and schools. This will be a great opportunity for school and school district leadership to work across the education delivery model to address existing STEM integration work and to develop a practical plan for effective STEM education. The workshop will be facilitated by Coalition members and a special Skype presentation by Jason Brown, Director of Science and Education, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA. This workshop is sponsored by Brewer Science, hosted by Missouri State University - College of Natural and Applied Science and in partnership with the Southwest RPDC.
When: Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Time: 8:00am to 2:30pm
7:45am Registration begins
Where: Springfield, MO- Missouri State University - Darr Agriculture Center
2401 South Kansas Expressway
Springfield, MO 65807
Audience: A STEM Leadership Team should consist of - School district leadership, principals, curriculum design professionals, STEM educators, CTE center directors, afterschool directors and/or STEM resource professionals. 4-12 per team.
Deadline: February 1, 2017
Cost: No cost to attendees. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided. STEM resource partners will be on hand in the afternoon to help with outreach and professional development opportunities.
Contact Brian Crouse at 573-634-3511 or Bcrouse@mochamber.com for more information.
**When registering a District STEM Team please write in the amount of team members in the "quantity" selection then proceed to fill out information for each attendee.
information from: http://web.mochamber.com/events/Carnegie-STEM-Excellence-Pathway-Event-Springfield--1235/details