Session Title

Bridging Gaps-Building Connections

Presenter Information

Amanda GlazeFollow

Session Format

Conference Session (20 minutes)

Location

Room 211

Abstract for the conference program

We frequently talk about the need for more interdisciplinary teaching and authentic learning experiences, however, navigating the processes of building interdisciplinary approaches and partnerships can be daunting, especially for new teachers. This session will provide research and experience based background on outreach, connections, and creating professional learning communities for STEM interdisciplinary learning that can be used for formal and informal partnership building to connect STEM teachers, students, and practitioners. The audience is both classroom teachers in science and math as well as university professors and other researchers who are interested in working with teachers.

Proposal Track

Non-research Project Interdisciplinary STEM Education

Start Date

3-3-2017 9:30 AM

End Date

3-3-2017 10:00 AM

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Mar 3rd, 9:30 AM Mar 3rd, 10:00 AM

Bridging Gaps-Building Connections

Room 211

We frequently talk about the need for more interdisciplinary teaching and authentic learning experiences, however, navigating the processes of building interdisciplinary approaches and partnerships can be daunting, especially for new teachers. This session will provide research and experience based background on outreach, connections, and creating professional learning communities for STEM interdisciplinary learning that can be used for formal and informal partnership building to connect STEM teachers, students, and practitioners. The audience is both classroom teachers in science and math as well as university professors and other researchers who are interested in working with teachers.