STEM-Integrated

Maker Science Forum

Led by Paul Bianchi Are you already integrating or soon to be engaging your students in engineering, robotics, or other related “maker” activities?  Either way you’ll want to attend our Maker Education Forum. 

Enliven Your Science Course With Tech!

Leader: Steve Lewis (Heschel School) Would you like to teach your students some real engineering and computer programming in the context of your science course? Here’s a great way to do it!

Push and Pull: Modeling STEM Strategies for the Early Elementary (K-3) Classroom

This workshop will explore a range of active STEM learning strategies for the early elementary classroom (K-3).

Workshop Brainstorm Party

Leader: Mark Schober (Trinity School) Do you have something you’d like to share? Would you like to lead a workshop? Come to this free session to cook up ideas for workshops!

Leveling up Your Labs: Injecting Rigor and Engagement into Classroom Experiments

Leader: Joshua Rutberg (physics teacher, Poly Prep) Participants in this workshop will learn about learning theories and strategies relevant to science classes.

Standards-Based Grading — Practical Strategies

Leaders: Elizabeth Dowdell (physics teacher, Urban Assembly Maker Academy, Manhattan)  Sarah Prendergast (math teacher, NYC iSchool) Standards-Based Grading (SBG) begins with standards that teachers author/choose/revise and that they apply in their classrooms.