STEM Connect 2020

All things STEM! Learn best practices from educators and businesses to incorporate STEM into the virtual classroom. Sessions were focused on CTE and STEM and aligned to standards at the middle and high school level. The recordings from each session will be made available online here for anyone to view. And there were some amazing sessions! Check back about a week following the conference.

Online, NC
November 17, 2020, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

About the Conference

All things STEM! Learn best practices from educators and businesses to incorporate STEM into the virtual classroom. Sessions were focused on CTE and STEM and aligned to standards at the middle and high school level. The recordings from each session will be made available online here for anyone to view. And there were some amazing sessions! Check back about a week following the conference.

For those who attended STEM Connect, log in here to view your session information and surveys.  Recordings of the sessions will be posted soon. 

STEM Connect Sessions

Session Topics included:

  • The World Needs All the Different Kinds of Minds- Dr. Temple Grandin
  • STEAM Course Setup for School- Middle School
  • Eyes to the Skies: Hurricanes, Weather, and How to Become a Meteorologist
  • The Remote Pilot Supplemental STEM Activity for Education
  • Citizen Science In (and Out) of the Classroom
  • Ignite Curiosity in STEM Fields
  • Biotech: Genetics and Inventions
  • Adaptability and Communication in a Changing World
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Air Quality Tools and Technology for Educators
  • Fun, Hands-On Science For All Students, All Classrooms!
  • STEAM Course Construction for School- High School
  • NC Division of Water Resources: Make a Splash in your Classroom with Surface Water and Groundwater
  • Maps, Movies, and Multi-Player Games: Collaborative Environment to Make CS More Engaging
  • Storm Water Quality and Citizen Science Duke Marine Labs
  • STEAM Prototype and Design for School
  • Teaching Intro to HTML with Awesome Table Across Content Areas
  • One Small Step-One Giant Leap: Bringing Space to Your Classroom
  • Identifying Bias and Misinformation in Resources
  • Digital Media and Performing Arts
  • Biotech: Parkinson's Disease Labster
  • Research and Writing in the Digital Age
  • Ready, Set, App! Kickoff- Mobile App Development Competition for High School Students
  • Google Sheets for Data Analysis and More

Prizes and Raffles

Some session attendees will be thrilled with the prizes given away during the conference, including:

  • STEM Activity Classroom Packs
  • Drone Kits
  • Other STEM related prizes