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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Webinars - Spring 2020

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Webinars - Spring 2020

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All webinars are now available on-demand and include closed captioning in English and Spanish.

STEM Subjects: Wonk Out with the Experts

Did you know Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) jobs in the U.S. will grow by nearly 10 percent by 2024? Policymakers at all levels of government and leaders in the private sector are emphasizing the importance of educating students for STEM-related jobs. Innovation driven by educators and students is taking the world by storm, and Share My Lesson has the professional development content to help you engage with students to help nurture the promise of a budding passion for STEM.

At Share My Lesson’s 2020 Virtual Conference, you’ll engage with colleagues, experts and organizations looking to drive scientific advancement and foster a broader interest in mathematics. Join Share My Lesson partners like NASA, Next Gen Personal Finance, Science Friday and the Library of Congress as we explore heliophysics, how to integrate personal finance into math courses, building trust in scientific data and effective uses of primary sources. Nerd out with scientists and experts in the field as we deep-dive into what makes STEM programs tick and how you can implement effective strategies in the classroom.

How will you help your students propel civilization to new heights and inspire lasting success? Join us for three nights and nearly a dozen free professional development webinars on how you can effectively engage with STEM subjects and turn your classroom into a buzzing center of innovation.

Earn Credit: Learn how you can earn professional development credit. Each session is worth an hour of continuing education credit, per your school's or district's approval.

Note: If you can't make a session time, register anyway, and we'll send you a link to view it on-demand after it has aired live.