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STEM Content Knowledge and Affect in the K-16 Classroom

April 2, 2019 at 09:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
By Global Math Department (0.0 stars · 0 reviews )
About This Webinar

National discourse on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) urges educators to attend to the growing demand for a STEM-literate populace. But, what is "STEM-literacy," and how do we, as educators, cultivate opportunities for students to enhance their STEM-literacy, as well as their STEM content knowledge and affect? In this session, I will share action research (conducted at the university and high school levels) that aims to understand the impact of engineering modules on students' cognition and affect. I will share the framework for STEM-literacy and affect, as well as the data collection tools and analysis methods that can be adapted for use in your classroom.

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Webinar hosting presenter S. Leigh Nataro
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I am a mother, wife and math teacher. I currently teach at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and my favorite class to teach is statistics! This is my 27th year of teaching and I am a Desmos fellow and Desmos certified presenter. @mathteacher24...
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Dr. Evelyn Laffey is a graduate of Rutgers University, where she earned her doctorate in mathematics education and bachelor’s in mathematics. Dr. Laffey’s research and teaching explore the intersection of STEM content knowledge, affect, and...
Webinar hosting presenter Rana Arshed Hafiz
Mother, daughter, wife and sister- passionate about public education
Have been an educator and education leader in CT for close to 20 years. Would love to see classrooms become meaningful learning spaces for all our students
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We are math teachers who share what we've learned, because we don't want our classes to drain the energy from students. Professional development among friends, not just colleagues. Fun! Immediately useful! Interesting!