This video was made for our new teachers at Korea International School. They will be entering a new STEM program that integrates multiple disciplines through real world, relevant challenges. Video Timeline - Definition of STEM https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=47s - STEM Goals https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=1m16s - Guiding Principles https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=2m29s - STEM Practices https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=3m56s - Technology Definition https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=5m7s - Multidisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=7m17s - Interdisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=7m59s - Transdisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=9m31s - Project-Based Learning https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=11m - Implementation Strategies https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=12m20s STEM Lesson Essentials book - http://goo.gl/j7qzba Notes from the book - http://goo.gl/jG1vKK Video slide presentation - http://goo.gl/cqZHJn Mathematical Practices from Common Core Standards - http://corestandards.org/Math/Practice/ Science and Engineering Practices from Next Generation Science Standards - http://goo.gl/wLebFf Intro to Project-Based Learning video - http://goo.gl/sS2qie PBL Resources - http://goo.gl/zUuVbA Intro and outro music by GANZ, "Hermitude x Flume - Hyperparadise": goo.gl/9g0aX3 www.davidleeedtech.org Twitter: twitter.com/davidleeedtech Instagram: instagram.com/davidleeedtech Blog: davidleeedtech.wordpress.com
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Seattle-area middle school educators James Burke and Jason Ewert are Hacking STEM with everyday materials, one 21st-century lesson plan at a time. Read more here: http://educationblog.microsoft.com/2017/02/hacking-stem-in-everyday-classrooms Download Hacking STEM lesson plans here: http://aka.ms/hackingstem
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Join this free online course for teachers at https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/planning-for-learning/ Plan for learning: develop the way you plan within, between and across lessons to create learning opportunities for your students. Formative planning for better STEM learning outcomes Guided by experts in assessment for learning, on this course you’ll plan to gauge your learners’ thinking, clarify learning goals, and fine tune your teaching so you are better placed to progress your students’ understanding, both within and between lessons. You’ll find out how to identify learners’ starting points, exemplify success, and develop your classroom questioning to tune your teaching approach and respond to student learning. In the final part of this course, you’ll look at medium-term planning and the benefits of working with colleagues as you shift your practice.
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Can you build a spaghetti bridge? Fun, hands-on STEM activities for kids at home. To be successful you’ll need to think about how the weight of the sugar is distributed throughout your structure. Watch the video to see Dyson engineers attempt the challenge with their spaghetti replica of the Golden Gate Bridge! Download the challenge card at www.jamesdysonfoundation.com. And don't forget to share your challenges with us on Facebook and Instagram #JDFChallenge.
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Christian Bsellis gives an intriguing speech about how STEM education can be revolutionized to best suit different students. Christian Bseliss is an electronics and telecommunications engineer, currently working as a prototype developer and STEM Facilitator with Edutech Middle East. He is mainly responsible on creating prototypes using littleBits, 3D printed objects and robotics that match the newly developed curriculums to create a 'project based learning' for everyone. He manages, drafts and develops educational workshops in the field of programming, robotics and space science. He is also an invention advisor for schools during competitions held. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Subscribe for more #STEM videos: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Sub For more #STEM activities, apps and games: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Plan an educational visit: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-SCM Museums are full of wonderful and weird objects, and sometimes it can be hard to know where to begin. Here at the Science Museum Group we've come up with a simple question tool, See Link Wonder, to help inspire thought and discussion about the world around us. By encouraging students to observe and talk about what they encounter in our galleries, you can strengthen those links between museum objects, curriculum science and everyday life. Not to mention develop important skills that you can use back back in your classroom See Link Wonder is not just for teachers, it can be used anywhere and everywhere by anyone: it’s an easy way of exploring and investigating the objects around us, and making everyone a little bit more curious. Why not try it yourself next time you visit a museum? -------------------------- Want to explore our educational activities and interactive games? Browse our full list of learning resources here: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Thinking of planning a school visit to one of our museums? Head over to our website for more information: http://bit.ly/SMLearn Want to ask us a question? You’ll find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SM_Learn -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "What is Science Capital? | #STEM for students | Learn with Science Museum Group" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp8N_B0Bn50 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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KitHub: Getting started with STEAM Learn how to incorporate STEAM into your classroom or afterschool setting. This deck covers materials, lesson plan approach, how to engage girls, where to find projects and more. kithub.cc/educators @kithub https://www.facebook.com/kithubcc
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See how students are learning key skills--creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication--thanks to the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) concepts across the curriculum. Bellevue School District Educators, with funding by Bellevue Schools Foundation, are learning how coding can be used at literacy stations to deepen a student's understanding, how special needs, and other underrepresented students benefit from the same integration--and how it's revolutionizing education.
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You can check out the DroneBlocks STEM course and 8 lesson plans here: http://learn.droneblocks.io Kilian's drone panorama tutorial with DroneBlocks can be found here: http://hdrpano.ch/droneblocks.htm Thanks for following along!
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Stanford MBA students and alumni discuss how they are combining their business education with their backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Panelists include Magnus Johansson MBA '12, Savannah McCoy MBA '13, Bryce Meredig MBA '14, and Mada Seghete MBA '14. Transcript is available at http://www.stanford.edu/group/mba/pdf/stem-business-school-and-beyond_transcript.pdf
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Ivanka Trump meets with business leaders at STEM funding event September 26, 2017. Ivanka Trump meets with business leaders at STEM funding event September 26, 2017. Ivanka Trump's business ties in China are shrouded in secrecy. In Ivanka Trump's world, business ties are shrouded in secrecy. Ivanka Trump: Computer science education a new “priority”. Ivanka Trump dines at Rasika with friends. Ivanka Trump and other advisers 'used private email for White House. Ivanka Trump used personal email account for government business. Ivanka Trump i Jared Kushner koristili privatne email . Ivanka Trump meets with business leaders at STEM funding event September 26, 2017. Tech companies support Trump's STEM education plan.
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STEM - Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics - We provide customized educational plans, modified curriculum, STEM integration, Homeschooling models, teacher training, school culture development out of many other services.
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In our Mountain State Science report -- science for pre-schoolers. Marshall University's June Harless Center has started a pre-school focusing on science and technology. Suzanne Higgins reports the Center is the first piece in a much bigger master plan.
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Hey guys! This video is all about what you need to know about senior high school focusing on the STEM strand, BUT, some of my tips are wholesome so this video is still perfect for the incoming grade 11 students. In this video I shared a few heads up, the important school supplies, some apps that you can use and not to use ((explained in the vid. This is only my advice and I do not intend to put some dirt(kung ano man english ng siraan) in some apps so please don't sue me lol)) and, some tips based on my experience and to what I've observed that is effective and not. Also, CONGRATULATIONS FOR MOVING UP TO SENIOR HIGHSCHOOL, GOODLUCK TO THIS NEW AMAZING JOURNEY AND DON'T FORGET TO HAVE FUN! Disclaimer: Sa mga foreigner na nanunuod ng vlog ko (kung meron man pero i'm sure wala but i'm still putting this so watevah), I AM SPEAKING TAGALOG HERE IN SOME PARTS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ENJOY! 》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》 Give this video a thumbs up if you liked/enjoyed this video. Comment below for more video suggestions Subscribe to my channel and be part of my small crazy fam ♥ Credits to Google for the pictures. Love lots, Angeline 💕 xoxo Lets talk!: T W I T T E R: @angeeeec I N S T A G R A M: @angeeeec F A C E B O O K: /angeline.cabahug DISCLAIMER!: This is not a sponsored video. Business inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Subscribe for more #STEM videos: http://bit.ly/SMLearn For more #STEM activities, apps and games: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Plan an educational visit: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Loco Situated in Great Britain's first railway town, Shildon, Locomotion shows off the powerhouse that is northern invention. There are over 70 vehicles dating back from the beginning of rail travel and engineering, as well as countless other treasures to explore. For those planning an educational visit with groups, we have created a guide showing you some of the highlights to look out for and explore. -------------------------- Want to explore our educational activities and interactive games? Browse our full list of learning resources here: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Thinking of planning an educational visit to one of our museums? Head over to our website for more information: http://bit.ly/SMLearn Want to ask us a question? You’ll find us on Twitter: @SM_Learn -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "What is Science Capital? | #STEM for students | Learn with Science Museum Group" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp8N_B0Bn50 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - 10:00 a.m. Location: 2318 Rayburn House Office Building Subcommittee on Research and Science Education Hearing: Assessment of the National Science Board's Action Plan for STEM Education Witnesses: Dr. Steven Beering, Chairman, National Science Board Ms. Judy A. Jeffrey, Director, Iowa Department of Education and Representing the Council of Chief State School Officers Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell, President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Professor of Education at McDaniel College Ms. Chrisanne Gayl, Director of Federal Programs, National School Boards Association Dr. Robert Semper, Executive Associate Director, The Exploratorium and Representing the Association of Science-Technology Centers Ms. Susan L. Traiman, Director, Education and Workforce Policy Business Roundtable 110th Congress
Subscribe for more #STEM videos: http://bit.ly/SMLearn For more #STEM activities, apps and games: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Plan an educational visit: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-SCM Download Treasure Hunters for iOS here: https://apple.co/2GHUETk Download Treasure Hunters for Android here: http://bit.ly/SMLearn_THApp Turn your museum visit into a giant interactive game with our free downloadable app for families and students. Based on our popular Great Object Hunt activity, we have created a downloadable app to help visitors explore the world around them. Treasure Hunters encourages players to look beyond the most popular objects in our galleries and create a completely unique experience, with the chance to learn about objects they might not have noticed otherwise. Everyone can get involved and go head-to-head for badges and treasure. -------------------------- Want to explore our educational activities and interactive games? Browse our full list of learning resources here: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Thinking of planning an educational visit to one of our museums? Head over to our website for more information: http://bit.ly/SMLearn Want to ask us a question? You’ll find us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SM_Learn -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "What is Science Capital? | #STEM for students | Learn with Science Museum Group" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp8N_B0Bn50 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Everyone knows that 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds ask a lot of questions. But that unrestrained curiosity can unsettle preschool teachers who feel they lack sufficient understanding of science, technology, engineering and math, often referred to as STEM. Hari Sreenivasan reports from Chicago on efforts to boost science learning among some of the youngest students by boosting teacher confidence.
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Staying after school every Friday afternoon might not sound too appealing, but it is irresistible to a group of middle schoolers in Pawtucket, R.I. The students are part of a club that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math, so-called STEM subjects, through hands-on learning. For one of the fall projects, they’re building and crashing small cars, trying to protect the passenger inside—in this case, a hard-boiled egg. There are hundreds of after-school STEM programs in the country, trying to interest students in these fields. One focus is getting more women, minorities, and low-income students into STEM classes and occupations. With the demand for skilled workers increasing, schools are under pressure to expand STEM offerings. It can be difficult to fit this into the school day, especially in the lower grades. So specialized after-school programs are aiming to fill the gap. Read more: Call the CDC! Interest in STEM May be “Contagious” in High School http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2017/08/STEM_interest_contagious_in_high_school.html?qs=STEM ‘STEM Deserts’ in the Poorest Schools: How Can We Fix Them http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2017/07/stem_deserts_in_the_poorest_schools.html?qs=STEM Video: Making Physics Fun: Step Inside the Physics Bus http://video.edweek.org/detail/video/5604354778001/making-physics-fun:-step-inside-the-physics-bus?autoStart=true&q=STEM
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STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – encompasses a vast range of fields such as astrophysics, astronomy, engineering, biochemistry, biomechanics, biotechnology, chemistry, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, mathematical biology, neurobiology, physics, nuclear physics, nanotechnology, robotics and more. To prepare the best work force for tomorrow, it is important that we consider the importance of the STEM education for today's learners and ensure that our students are well-versed in STEM disciplines. Key Points discussed: - How are we teaching science, mathematics and technology in schools, colleges and universities? - Effective strategies and approaches to the teaching of Science, Mathematics and Technology - The relationship between 21st century skills and effective teaching of STEM Moderator Ms Tabinda Mazhar Professional Development Manager Pakistan, Cambridge International Examinations Ms Tabinda Mazhar is Professional Development Manager for Pakistan at Cambridge International Examinations, where she has the responsibility for planning and implementing PD opportunities for Cambridge teachers in Pakistan. Since the past 16 years, she has worked as an English teacher, a regional coordinator for education technology, Cambridge Programme Leader, and, most recently, the regional head of professional development at Beaconhouse. Ms Mazhar has also worked as a teacher trainer with Ali Institute of Education on various projects. She has been involved in designing and delivering trainings programmes, training of trainers, working with school education committees and organising a teacher conference among other PD opportunities for teachers. Panellists: Mr. Nassir Mahmud Kasuri Executive Director, Beaconhouse School System Dr Naveed A Malik Rector, Virtual University of Pakistan Dr Naveed A Malik is Rector, Virtual University of Pakistan. He has been associated with the Virtual University project from its inception. Dr Malik obtained his Master’s degree in Physics from the University of the Punjab, and later the Doctor of Science degree in the field of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. He received Sitara-e-Imtiaz in 2008 for his services to education. He has lectured extensively and has published several papers on various technical subjects. He has been an active software and systems developer. Dr Malik is also a member of the Pakistan Institute of Physics. He was the founding Chairman of Department of CS at Punjab University (1991). He developed the PU Exam System in 1994. He also established the PU optical fibre network. Mr Uzair Khan Cofounder & Chairman, iKNOWvation Labs Global Initiative Dr Uzair Khan is an award winning British Chevening and Commonwealth Scholar, with over two decades of diverse professional experience. He has engineering degree followed by higher education, R&D from the UK. Being a tech entrepreneur and investor, Mr Khan is equity partner, EduTech evangelist for global VR, simulation based learning ventures, with a powerful sophisticated VR Robotics Toolkit to teach STEM, design, development and programming. In 2006, he initiated a global action plan on Educational Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship with emphasis on collaborative learning in the Digital, STEM and Maker space. He has won numerous international awards for technology and innovation. In recognition of his meritorious services to the technology sector in Pakistan, he won the first ever NCR/TeraData ICT Excellence Award (For Pioneering and Innovation) in 1997. Dr Waqar Shahid Dr Waqar Shahid is has a PhD in 3D Vision and Robotics from Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. He is actively involved in STEM education initiative of RADEC Technologies as a consultant. Mr Yousuf Kerai Lecturer, Mathematics School of Science & Engineering Mr Yousuf Kerai is a Mathematics lecturer for the Integrated Sciences and Mathematics Department in the School of Science and Engineering at Habib University, Karachi. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Mathematics from Bennington College, VT, USA. He has taught Mathematics in both public and private schools in USA, and has been teaching and conducting teacher training in Pakistan. Simultaneously, Mr Kerai harbours and pursues a second interest, music. He is a celebrated tabla player and leads an ensemble of classically-trained musicians by the name of Tarz Group. He has held several performances in Pakistan and has released an album of purely instrumental music called The Essence of South Asia.
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Ms. Laurie Swami is the President and CEO of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization. She was appointed to the role in 2016 and is responsible for implementing Canada’s plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel. Ms. Swami spoke at the Women in Nuclear Canada (WiN-Canada) Conference in Saskatoon on September 27, 2018. Her talk was titled: STEM –Education for the Next Generation of Women Nuclear Leaders. Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan Inc. (WIM/WiN-SK) was please to host the conference in 2018.
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A Boise-based company plans to be the next Amazon for STEM products. Bill Albert, CEO and founder of STEMfinity.com, wants educators to think of his website when it comes to teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) in the classroom. Story: http://bit.ly/1M1joBh
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The shortage of women in STEM careers and STEM fields has been well documented. In this short video, Makers Empire explains why teaching girls to develop an interest in and love of STEM in elementary and primary school is essential to address the imbalance. Girls that enjoy STEM grow into young women who may then go on to study STEM subjects in high school and a STEM-related degree at college or university. This provides a pathway to a career in a STEM-related field. But without positive and early exposure to STEM, girls can miss out altogether on developing a rich and rewarding career in a STEM-related field. So getting girls interested in STEM at a young age is critical for solving this gender imbalance in STEM. Read more about encouraging Girls in STEM at https://www.makersempire.com/girls-in-stem-3d-design-printing-shortage-women-stem/ About Makers Empire Makers Empire helps K-8 schools harness the power of 3D printing to teach important STEM concepts, 21st-century learning skills and design thinking in a fun and engaging way. In a recent 5-Star review, Common Sense Education described Makers Empire as a “stellar 3D design hub (that) promotes innovation, collaboration, and creation.” From Common Sense: “"starting students early on the path to persistence, creativity, and imagination lays the groundwork for collaboration and innovation — teaching students to be not just consumers, but creators — and empowers them to develop problem-solving skills so greatly needed in our global society.” Read full review at https://www.commonsense.org/education/website/makers-empire Makers Empire's 3D solutions for schools include: 1) Easy to use 3D software designed for K-8 students; 2) 130+ US Core and Australian curriculum aligned lesson plans; 3) Teachers' dashboard for easy student management 4) Professional development for teachers; and 5) Ongoing training and support. Makers Empire is used by thousands of K-8 educators and hundreds of thousands of students in Australia, America and Asia every day. A new design is made using Makers Empire's 3D software every 16 seconds - that's 5,000 new designs a day! Join the revolution. Learn more at https://goo.gl/Dxhqs3 PS This video is dedicated to all the awesome women who work in STEM fields and all the teachers -- female and male -- who taught, inspired and encouraged us along the way.
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STEAM EDUCATION is EXCITING for Kids! Come see the FREE LESSON PLAN on CONCENTRIC CIRCLES within the context of STEAM learning at: http://www.wikkistix.com/lesson-plans/steam-activity-for-kids-kandinskys-concentric-circles/
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Teachers, is there a better way to reach students than with games? Use that power to your advantage and bring STEM to your school and right into your classroom. Let us help you introduce STEM concepts with easy, simple, and free game design tools. This fun and info packed webinar will show you: - How simple it is to learn and teach game design software like SCRATCH - How designing and building games utilizes ALL facets of STEM - Many free or extremely low cost resources readily available to you and your students - An actual SCRATCH software demonstration reinforcing how easy these tools are to utilize - How game design meets today's technology, computer science and STEM standards Presenters: Carter Tatge, Founder and CEO STEM Fuse, Kari Tatge, Director of Marketing STEM Fuse, Derrick Graff, Best Buy Education Channel Manager
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TRU science grad Cailey Watters (2018) is among the students enrolled in the first intake of the Bachelor of Education (Secondary) STEM degree. The intensive, 12-month program is 64 credits and teaches students how to teach high school science and math from the context of engineering and technology. Learn more about the program https://www.tru.ca/edsw/schools-and-departments/education/bachelor-of-education-secondary-stem.html STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.
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0:19 - Introduction 1:08 - Panel Discussion (Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Design thinking -- it's a popular buzzword these days, with companies from IBM to GE using this approach to develop innovative products and reinvigorate their operations. But what exactly is design thinking and why is it playing an increasingly important role in K-12 education? Design thinking, or human-centered design, is all about focusing on the needs of people to ensure that the correct problem is being solved in the most effective way. With critical thinking skills becoming increasingly important in a knowledge-based economy, many educators see design thinking as a way to tap into students' passions while enabling them to solve problems in an ever-more diverse and interconnected world. This panel of experts shares their insight on design thinking and its power to transform classrooms and equip students with 21st century skills vital to success. Series: "The STEAM Channel" [6/2017] [Show ID: 32157]
Views: 869 University of California Television (UCTV)
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Dr. Padhu Seshaiyer explains the importance of using the universial language of mathematics to bridge the various sciences. Specifically focusing-in on how important an early introduction to mathematics is for K-12 students. Dr. Seshaiyer describes the many outreach programs that he is involved with at George Mason University. Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer is a tenured Professor of Mathematical Sciences at George Mason University (GMU) and serves as the Director of the STEM Accelerator Program as well as the Director of COMPLETE (Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology) at GMU. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Engineering (with Honors) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Master of Science (with Honors) in Mathematics, Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Post-doctoral research associate-ship in Biomedical Engineering. His research interests are in the broad areas of computational mathematics, scientific computing, computational biomechanics, K-12 teacher preparation and STEM education. During the last decade, Dr. Seshaiyer initiated and directed a variety of educational programs including graduate and undergraduate research, K-12 outreach, teacher professional development, and enrichment programs to foster the interest of students and teachers in STEM at all levels. Integrated with his research plan is an education plan where the primary goal is to teach students at all levels to apply well-developed research concepts, to fundamental applications arising in STEM disciplines. As a part of this, he has helped develop K-12 teacher preparation and STEM based educational programs for students and teachers at all levels to solve real-world problems that focus on 21st Century skills including critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration, technology and innovation. During his tenure, he received multiple grants from several agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, Whitaker Foundation, Texas Advanced Research Program, Virginia Department of Education, and State Council for Higher Education in Virginia. Learn more about Dr. Seshaiyer's outreach programs here: http://math.gmu.edu/~pseshaiy/ About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Learn how to plan and design STEM activities that are engaging and effective for young people. Find out more and join here: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/stem-volunteering-planning?utm_campaign=stem_learning_stem_volunteering_planning&utm_medium=organic_social&utm_source=youtube
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Amara talks of her family's legacy in science and engineering - and how she is working to change the discussion on STEM education, through a nonprofit she's founded and is working to grow through the Sparkle Program. Amara Berry is an undergrad currently on a gap year from Brown University to expand and develop the Sparkle Program, an educational non-profit program she developed which teaches college-level STEM topics to elementary students across the Ocean State. In 3 years, the program's reach has expanded to almost 500 total students at locations across New England, with continued plans to close the STEM gap by reaching and teaching more scientists in kindergarten through middle school. The program focuses on concepts most vital to understanding Biology, Chemistry, Astrophysics and Quantum Mechanics, taking a hands-on and student-centered approach to equipping each participant with problem-solving skills for life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 849 TEDx Talks
Ivanka Trump speaking in Detroit about STEM education
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www.MyStemKits.com We develop K-12 curriculum for standards-driven instruction and 3D-printable manipulatives to create an end-to-end STEM solution. Our focus on real-world, hands-on learning has been designed to promote deep conceptual understanding so students are equipped to succeed in the 21st century. We are a team of educators, innovators, parents, and technology specialists dedicated to making affordable, quality education available for all. And we’re doing it using some of the most cutting-edge technology available. We’re redefining 3D printing and giving it a clear use and purpose in the math and science classroom by providing educators with the tools they need to succeed. No longer will your 3D printer sit in a box collecting dust! Since 2013, we have researched and developed this program and are proud to offer an unparalleled collection containing hundreds of lesson plans and manipulatives so that we have something for everyone. We have the most comprehensive STEM solution in the market. Whether you’re teaching in a traditional classroom, guiding your children during homeschooling, coordinating an afterschool program, or running a STEM camp, our collection is bound to impress. Our low cost to entry allows us to make this platform affordable to the masses. We’re lowering barriers and raising potentials. Learn more at www.MyStemKits.com
Views: 385 MyStemKits.com