STEM Education and project-based learning (PBL) represent an exciting shift in education. Research shows that PBL can bring about rigorous and engaging teaching needed to prepare learners for future success. While the benefits are clear, how to achieve this has presented educators with a new set of challenges.
Join administrators from Norwalk, Conn., to learn how they determined the best way to scale professional development and prepare teachers to implement high-quality STEM-based PBL. The Norwalk school district will share its vision, plan, and lessons learned.
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This session will address these issues and provide practical tools to assist teachers in making the shift to STEM-based PBL.
Christina Cormier, STEAM teacher, Columbus Magnet School, Norwalk, Conn.
Kate Curran, teacher in residence, STEM, K-12, Norwalk Public Schools, Norwalk, Conn.
Tina Henckel, administrator, Norwalk Public Schools, Norwalk, Conn.
Maggie O'Brien, director of marketing and communications, Defined Learning
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