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STEM Connect Virtual Event

Top Ten STEM Resources of 2011

Author: Patti Duncan


Wednesday, February 23, 2011, 7pm ET

Presented by Patti Duncan
For Educators

Want to learn the best tools for integrating STEM into your curriculum? STEM education expert Patti Duncan shared her top ten STEM resources last year; now she’s back with the best STEM resources available in 2011.  She will show you some of the most useful free tools and technologies on the web to help you make STEM part of your everyday classroom.  Don’t miss out on this webinar!

Check out Patti's list from last year by watching the archived webinar, "Top Ten STEM Resources."
To learn more about Patti, click here.

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Subjects:  ScienceTechnologyEngineeringMathematicsIntegrationInspiration
Grade Level:  7
Keywords:  stem resources
Types:  Virtual Events


Amy Harris says:
17-Mar-11 02:04 PM

Great resources! I will certainly use and share with my schools!

Joan Pewett says:
01-Mar-11 05:19 AM

Excellent presentation. I found all of the information and links to resource websites great.

Heather O'Hearn says:
15-Feb-11 03:27 PM

Everyone loves free tools and resources to use in the classroom. I can't wait.

Peter Rillero says:
14-Feb-11 05:36 PM

I am looking forward to this, both for my science methods teaching at Arizona State University and for my blog: www.ed-tech-4-science.com/

Tonia Bevelle-Sparks says:
09-Feb-11 03:29 PM

I am a teacher at Greensboro High in Greensboro,Alabama. I currently teach Algebraic Connections and Mathematics Investigation. I am open to anything that engage and motivate learning.

Stephanie Usrey says:
08-Feb-11 04:41 PM

I am always looking for new and exciting ways to engage students in my 4th grade classroom.

Sujata Kumar says:
30-Jan-11 05:15 PM

I teache 7th grade Science and STEM. I would like to learn some effective techniques to teach STEM.

Margarita Maes says:
22-Jan-11 08:31 PM

I am a new teacher, Elementary k-8, with endorsements in Bilingual Ed/TESOL. Currently, I am working in the Pre-K. I would love to be ready to teach also other grades and taking these trainings will enrich and expand my knowledge. There is so much stuff I would love to adapt to pre-K's.

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