STEM in our Communities: Teachers Supporting and Engaging K-12 Students

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STEM in our Communities: Teachers Supporting and Engaging K-12 Students

Join our Annual Conference focused on Teachers Supporting and Engaging K-12 Students Through Social and Environmental Justice STEM Issues

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Location

Campion Student Center, Saint Joseph's University - Hawk Hill Campus 5600 City Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131

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About this event

  • 6 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The day’s theme will link STEM teaching to social and environmental justice issues in the community. The conference will feature Dany Sigwalt, author of "This Book Will Save the Planet" as keynote speaker, teacher-led STEM workshops, presentations & resources from educational partners, and networking opportunities with STEM and community organizations. Attendees will engage with fellow educators in hands-on workshops around inquiry based science education models; including Education for Sustainability (EfS), Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEE), and Socio-Scientific Inquiry (SSI).

The free event will include a light breakfast from 8:30am-9:00am and lunch.

Would you like to help during the event? Email Dorianna at destes@sju.edu!

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