Exploring STEM at Conner Prairie
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FREE TEACHER WORKSHOP
Thursday, April 13, 2017 / 1-4 pm
STEM education gives students an understanding of the world and develops important skills in inquiry and critical thinking. Explore how Conner Prairie’s grounds are full of STEM learning opportunities for your students at a FREE workshop on Thursday, April 13, from 1 to 4 pm. Workshop participants are also welcome to come at 12:30 pm for a complimentary lunch.
This workshop targets teachers of grades 2-6. Professional Growth Plan points are available.
During this workshop, you can find out how Conner Prairie’s grounds offer experiences that cover many different aspects of STEM. Project-Lead-The-Way Teachers Matt Putman and Christine Floyd will lead discussions on how to find the natural connections between your curriculum standards, STEM and Conner Prairie. Curriculum ideas such as projects and activities will be presented and handouts will be provided. We will also share information about our exciting new outdoor space – Treetop Outpost.
If you have questions, please contact Nancy Stark, School Programs Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317.776.6000 x 248.