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2020 Bradley University STEM / STEAM Conference for K-12 Educators

  • March 06, 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Bradley University, 1501 W Bradley Ave, Peoria, IL 61625



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2020 Bradley University STEM/STEAM Conference for K-12 Educators 

March 6, 2019 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Bradley University’s Center for STEM Education is proud to announce the BU STEM/STEAM Conference for K-12 Educators. Join educators from around the state of Illinois focused on sharing innovative ideas in STEM/STEAM education.  

We are also excited to host keynote luncheon speaker, John Warner founder of Beyond Benign. For more information on John Warner, go to   https://www.beyondbenign.org/

Pre-registration is open January 20, 2020 and continues through February 28, 2020Pre-registration fee is $25. Onsite registration is available for $40. (Payment via credit card or check are accepted online.)

Attendees will receive: opportunities to attend multiple sessions, voucher for keynote speaker luncheon, resources for STEM/STEAM, professional development hours, and chances for door prizes.

For questions, please contact Dr. Christina L. McDaniel clmcdaniel@fsmail.bradley.edu

Presentations include but are not limited to:

STEAMing Ahead in 2020

Employer Engagement in the Classroom through Problem-Based Learning and E-Mentoring

Integrating Physics with Biology: Bio-mimicry STEM project for all ages

Building STEAM In Elementary Curriculum

Hands-on with Cover Crops and Biofuels

A Healthy River Mural: Using PBS Learning Media to Enhance STEAM Education

Using Math in STEM

Where in IL is Carmen San Diego?

STEM in Black History

Examining embedded summative assessments for student learning using a NGSS Nextgenstoryline unit

Hands-On Student Engagement with Robots

STEM for Future Education Advancements

How Many Cells in a Spider's Silk Gland? Incorporating NGSS' "Scale, Proportion, and Quantity" 

Coding With Hummingbirds - Lights, Motors, and Sensors!

STEM Camp Experience and Classroom Connections

Leading with Inquiry, Concluding with Reflection

SEL in STEM: How SEL and STEM can be Integrated Together in the Classroom

Inspired Learners: Creating Makerspaces for Young Children

Getting STEAMy with STEAM Fairs

From Player to Maker: Teaching Coding and Electronics through Escape Rooms and Game Design

AR/VR for teaching and learning: AR/VR and VR access is easier than you think

Economics: The Bridge Between STEM and Social Sciences

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