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The Maine STEM Partnership

A statewide STEM education improvement community

This year five Maine STEM Partnership teachers joined the RiSE Center in Atlanta for the National Science Teacher Association's annual conference. Each of these teachers represented the RiSE Center and presented on a few of the many RiSE Center programs and shared the impacts they have on their teaching.

Presentations shared information about Maine's 3D Printing, Resource Task Force, and Assessment for Learning communities. These presentations were well received and led to some wonderful conversations. One workshop had well over 100 participants!

If you are interested in presenting at NSTA next year, abstracts are due April 17th! If you think you have a workshop idea that is tied to the Maine STEM Partnership, please contact Marina Van der Eb at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and you could be the next teacher to represent the RiSE Center in St. Louis!

 

NSTA 2018 workshops and presenters are listed below:

Assessing Student Growth from NGSS: How Do You Know that Your Students Are Really Learning? How Do You Teach Students to Assess Their Own Learning?

Kirsten Gould, Buxton Center Elementary School

Helene Adams, Cheverus High School

Anita Stewart-McCafferty, University of Southern Maine

Beth Byerssmall, RiSE Center, University of Maine

Integrating Engineering Design and 3D Printers into your Current Lessons and Activities

Patsy Adams, Pittston Consolidated School

Marina Van der Eb, RiSE Center, University of Maine

Assessment FOR Learning in STEM and Beyond: A Professional Learning Model

Kirsten Gould, Buxton Center Elementary School

Helene Adams, Cheverus High School

Anita Stewart-McCafferty, University of Southern Maine

Launching Cross-District Instructional Resources through Task Force Processes

Kathy Dixon-Wallace, Penquis Middle School

Bob Kumpa, Brewer Middle School

 

 

 

 

 

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