STEAM Community of Practice (COP) - Thursday, December 1, 2022

Date: 12-01-2022
Duration: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Check In Time: 10:50am

Registration Deadline: 11/29/22 at 6pm

STEAM COPs are open to all staff and organizations wanting to build knowledge, skills, structures and partnerships necessary to be successful in developing high quality STEAM learning environments for youth in Expanded Learning programs. 

Focus #2  Building Observation Skills  Sessions November 3, November 17 and December 1

What is observation?  How do you do it?  How do you teach kids?  Open-ended projects in Art

Using observation to gather data, identify patterns.  Open-ended projects in math

Solution Fluency Model (one of 6 fluencies youth need for the 21st century), transforming activity into learning opportunity.  Focus on the process  How to utilize in projects of all kinds

What we experience:  

*High Quality STEAM lessons based on NGSS Standards

*How to create hands-on/minds-on inquiry based learning opportunities

*How to utilize Bloom's Taxonomy

*Learn Lesson Planning tips, Coaching tips

*How to help youth learn observation skills

* Networking opportunities

* How to connect STEAM learning with other curriculum areas


Meetings are held via ZOOM.

Materials and ZOOM link for all learning sessions will be sent out via email a business day in advance to allow for review and gathering supplies for the hands-on activities. 

Location: Online



Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Consultant Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Event content will be offered for this/these competency level(s):

Awareness Development

Grade Level(s):

Charter Elementary School K-8 Middle School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

67 of 75 seats(s) are still available.

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