Empowering PK-12 educators to inspire the next generation of problem-solvers
Location: Higgins House, WPI
Parking: Park Ave. Garage, 151 Salisbury St. OR 1 John Wing Road
The event is free but does require registration. Email email@example.com for information.
This interactive workshop is designed for PK-12 Principals and Superintendents to examine what high-quality STEM is and what high-quality STEM teaching should look like in their schools and classrooms. A panel of administrators will share examples and discuss best practices about PK-12 STEM teaching. The session will generate strategies for principals and superintendents to support high-quality STEM teaching and learning (PDPs provided.)
7:00 Registration, breakfast, networking
7:30 Table activity, self-assessment, and discussion
8:00 About WPI & the STEM Education Center
8:10 President Laurie Leshin, opening remarks and Q&A
8:35 Workshop: The Why, What, and How of high-quality and equitable STEM education
9:40 Panel Discussion and Q&A: Successes and Challenges in implementing high-quality STEM programs
10:25 Closing remarks
Location & Parking
The Higgins House is a castle looking mansion located on the NW corner of the WPI grounds (# 18 on the attached campus map).
Parking for this event is at WPI’s Park Ave. Garage, North (first) entrance.
Note: a parking placard will be emailed to you prior to the event. Please make sure that pass is printed and placed on your dashboard.