ITEEA STEAM Workshop
STEAM Education Professional Development Workshop
at ITEEA’s 79th Annual Conference
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Presented by: Georgette Yakman
The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) promotes technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits.
The workshop includes:
- STEAM Theory, Program Development, & Practicum with Georgette.
- One-year access to the extensive online STEAM course with video of 25+ chapters.
- Over 100 supplemental downloads that can be referred to for deeper extensions that cannot be covered in one day.
- A brief overview of the highlights of what is online including recent updates.
- Access to the STEAM Education team for assistance on workshop day while attendees develop their own STEAM program and curriculum plans using processes learned for curriculum mapping, thematic unit planning, and nine subject-area fully integrative STEAM lesson plan development.
- Fun teaching activities that show some of the resources available in the online bank of STEAM lesson plans, which are regularly updated.
For those wishing to become certified STEAM curriculum developers or go on to have a staff or program certified, the following additional options will be available directly through STEAM Education with a discount offered for workshop attendees: www.STEAMedu.com
- Access to STEAM’s growing bank of lesson plans for one-year.
- Membership in STEAM Education’s global network of like-minded educators working together to co-create curriculum and share resources and ideas with over 2,000 trained educators, representing 35 U.S. states and 13 countries.
- Membership Tier 4 and Tier 5 virtual training and STEAM certification.
Cost: $250 (with ITEEA Conference Registration) or $300 (without ITEEA)
- for STEM with STEAM Conference Strand ($50 discount with Workshop Registration)
(Does not include the STEAM Workshop. Please remember to register separately)