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Preparing youth development professionals to identify and implement key elements of a high quality STEM program

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Add to Calendar 2021-05-12 10:30:00 2021-05-12 12:00:00 Preparing youth development professionals to identify and implement key elements of a high quality STEM program The Engineering Design Process, the Scientific Inquiry Model, and the Science and Engineering Practices are considered important elements to designing and implementing quality STEM programming for youth (in-person and virtual). This webinar will focus on how these elements incorporate scientific inquiry or engineering design and use science and engineering practices to support learning. Participants will Dive in to each of the three elements through active engagement including a walk-through of a lesson or activity. Learn how to embed essential elements to improve science or engineering outcomes using a “STEM It Up” tool. Refine the tool by applying it to an activity or lesson, evaluating and sharing the results. See examples of how the elements can be used to plan, carry out and evaluate STEM program offerings for a variety of ages and STEM program areas. Presenters Michael Compton and Margo Bowerman, Extension educators This event is jointly hosted with NDSU Extension. America/Chicago public

Time

Location

Webinar

Contact

Kari Robideau, Extension educator
robideau@umn.edu or 218-236-2013

Meagan Scott, NDSU assistant professor
meagan.scott@ndsu.edu

The Engineering Design Process, the Scientific Inquiry Model, and the Science and Engineering Practices are considered important elements to designing and implementing quality STEM programming for youth (in-person and virtual). This webinar will focus on how these elements incorporate scientific inquiry or engineering design and use science and engineering practices to support learning.

Participants will

  • Dive in to each of the three elements through active engagement including a walk-through of a lesson or activity.
  • Learn how to embed essential elements to improve science or engineering outcomes using a “STEM It Up” tool.
  • Refine the tool by applying it to an activity or lesson, evaluating and sharing the results.
  • See examples of how the elements can be used to plan, carry out and evaluate STEM program offerings for a variety of ages and STEM program areas.

Presenters

Michael Compton and Margo Bowerman, Extension educators

This event is jointly hosted with NDSU Extension.

Audience

Adults who work with  and on behalf of youth.

Cost

Free

Registration

Registration is required.

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