Leading experts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education from around the country will join with local practitioners for a one-day event on June 12 focusing on recent developments in K-20 pedagogy in these fields. There will be special attention to K-12 contexts. The morning will consist of two panel discussions featuring international experts in science and math education, respectively, as well as award-winning local teachers. The afternoon will consist of break-out discussions focused on relevant issues and practical applications in science and math education.
This ND Forum event will be relevant for many audiences as it explores the impact of recent policy, research in science and math education, and the practical aspects of teaching these disciplines. Professional Growth Points can be earned by attendees. The event is free of charge. Register now by going to http://forum2011.nd.edu/events/2012/06/12/10916-future-of-k-20-stem-education/
Sign-in for the sessions begins at 8:15 am. A reception for attendees will follow the afternoon break-out sessions.
Originally published at publicaffairs.nd.edu.