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DSC-HSU Improving ACT Aspire Achievement Through STEM in the Elementary Classroom

This free, full-day workshop aims to engage teachers in content connected to clean careers energy and engineering principles.  Teachers will engage in multiple hands-on mini-projects, utilizing specific curricular strategies that their own students will explore in the classroom.  Additionally, teachers will receive access to teacher-developed, classroom-tested units and lesson plans that are aligned to K-5th grade NGSS/Arkansas standards for ACT Aspire assessments, such as basic energy transformations, fundamentals of light radiation as waves, and basics of the engineering design processes.  Each educator that attends this fully-funded workshop will leave with their own hands-on renewable energy tools to bring home, receive substitute reimbursement for their school site, and gain access to additional hands-on supplies housed at the Henderson State University STEM Center "Reddie MakerSpace".
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This event is hosted at the STEM Center at Henderson State University, 1049 Henderson Street, Arkadelphia Arkansas.
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Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
20 / 20
Contact Person:
Michelle Johnson (STEM CENTER)
Audiences:  K-5, GT, Instructional Facilitators, Curriculum Coordinators
Date Time Location
5/2/2019 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM The STEM Center at Henderson State University - The STEM Center at Henderson State University District - The STEM Center at Henderson State University Campus