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Join Us at Purdue University National STEM Education Research & Best Practices Summit
Carrie Lynne Draper, will be speaking on implementing STEM successfully on a district level at Purdue's National STEM Education Research Conference, October 16 & 17, 2017. For more information visit our Professional Development Page. To register visit: http://www.cvent.com/events/national-stem-education-research-and-practice-summit/event-summary-f666e56740cb478aa7963f7728df20d5.aspx
Natural Phenomena: Awe Inspiring & Trauma Inducing in Early Childhood
Peggy Ashbrook, The Early Years Columnist, Science and Children and author, invited Carrie Lynne Draper to guest blog in writing about supporting children affected by natural disasters. As summer ended, some children in the United States had traumatic experiences due to natural phenomena. Forest fires in the western states, flooding and hurricane damage in Texas, Florida, Georgia and US Virgin Islands has displaced families and schools. Peggy & Carrie provide resources for parents, educators and those supporting young children. http://nstacommunities.org/blog/2017/09/13/natural-phenomena-awe-inspiring-and-trauma-inducing/ (Photo: Courtesy of NSTA Communities.org/blog/PAshbrook)
Dr. Buzz Aldrin Speaks at VASTS
Dr. Buzz Aldrin joins Rudo Kashiri, STEM Director at Readiness Learning Associates to speak to Virginia Aerospace and Technology Scholars (VASTS).
Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS) were given a surprise presentation this week by Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Dr. Aldrin spoke to the students about his life, his desire to see humanity reach Mars, and about how they should approach their lives to take advantage of every positive situation. The scholars watched this historic astronaut present for nearly an hour, and it has already become a highlight of their week.
Join Carrie at Better Together, California Teachers Summit @ California State University Northridge, July 28, 2017! Registration Now Open!
Carrie will be the afternoon Keynote Speaker sharing authentic STEM Stories and inspiring teachers from across California to find students STEM stories! For more information, please register at http://cateacherssummit.com/ or contact Brittany Swinson@csun.edu or Center for Teaching and Learning, Michael D. Eisner College of Education, California State University, Northridge, CA. 818.677.7494
Carrie Lynne Draper moderating STEM Panel at ECSTEM 2017