Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education

STEM EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM

The STEM Education Symposium Symposium is an annual symposium series in memory of Irwin L. Slesnick, one of the co-founders of SMATE and a leader in the field of Science Education.

Image of the Symposium Flyer - front page

Upcoming Slesnick Symposium:

Friday May 4, 2018 - keynote speaker will be Susan Elrod from University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

11:45 am- Lunch (SL220)

12:30 pm - Workshop 1 (SL 220) - Navigating the River of Change:  Finding your true north for STEM teaching and learning.  Susan Elrod, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

2:00 pm - Workshop 2 (SL220) - Student Learning in Today's K-12 Classrooms: What every educator should know about Next Generation Science Standards, and Common Core State Standards in Mathematics.  Jessica Cohen and Deborah Donovan, WWU

3:30 pm - Workshop 3 (SL220) - Creating and Using new End of Course Assessments to Support Active Learning in the Classrooms.  Emily Borda, WWU

5:00 pm - Keynote Presentation (SL150) - Keep Calm and Paddle On: A model for fostering Systematic Institutional change for student success.  Susan Elrod, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

6:00 pm - Reception (SL220)

PDF icon Symposium Flyer Final 2018.pdf