Two Free Webinar… Amazing STEM Resources…. And … Investigating PBL


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I invite you to join me this week at two free Webinars. One will be emphasize STEM resources while the other take you on a journey in Project Based Learning.  First, please take a moment to subscribe to this blog by RSS or email and  join me on twitter at mjgormans .  I am so excited to share with you some wonderful resources and some truly amazing people this week at these webinars. Have a wonderful week and I hope to see you at the events! – Mike Gorman (21centuryedtech)

  • Webinar Number One
  • Connect & Collaborate… Meet & Learn from STEM Educators
  • Webinar – Monday, March 24, 2014 at 7:00pm EDT For Educators
  • Click Here To Register

Join me, and several guests, in this high-energy STEM-focused professional development event from the Siemens STEM Academy at Discovery Education.  I’ll  be sharing resources you won’t want to miss. You will see examples of how you can integrate more  activities and lessons into your classroom?  I will also connect you to like-minded educators Chris Lazartic, Maureen Barrett, and Tim Kubinak whom have entire STEM-focused units ready to share. You will also be introduced to some amazing tools and resources as we explore the Siemens STEM Academy. No matter where you are on you STEM journey, connect with all of us on Monday the 24th so that we can share real-world, practical examples of projects and lessons that you can utilize in your classroom the next day.

  • Webinar Number Two
  • Microsoft and ISTE Partners In Education Series… Project Based Learning
  • Webinar – Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 8:00pm EDT For Educators
  • Click Here To Register

Join me as I moderate this webinar that will introduce you to PBL resources and people that you will enjoy learning about. The Driving Question examines, “How do we connect the dots for students as they develop their 21st Century Skills?” Project Based Learning is one of the most effective ways to do so.  I am really excited having the chance to introduce you to some wonderful educators. Also joining me will be a fellow BIE National Faculty Member, Suzie Boss. You may know her from some of her wonderful books on PBL, or insightful writings at Edutopia. Please take a moment to to join me,  and let’s learn together!

I hope to see you at this weeks free webinars.  In the coming weeks you will  also discover posts devoted to 21st century education including such topics as Flipped Classrooms, Project Based Learning, Assessing 21st century skills, technology integration, web resources, and digital literacy.  I enjoy learning from all of you. Also, remember to subscribe to this 21centuryedtech  Blog by RSS or email and follow me on twitter at mjgormans. I also appreciate your sharing of this post and any retweets.   Have a great week! – Mike Gorman (21centuryedtech)

Booking Info – Are you looking for a practical and affordable professional development workshop for your school or conference?  I have traveled the country delivering PD relating to technology integration, PBL, STEM, Digital Literacy, and the 4 C’s. I have done 100′s of workshops and presentations.  Check out my Booking Page… Please contact me soon if you have an interest. It is not to early to think about planning PD for the next school year …. dates are  already beginning to fill!

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4 responses to “Two Free Webinar… Amazing STEM Resources…. And … Investigating PBL

  1. These webinars sound great (… the day of March 26th, as listed above, is not really Monday).

  2. WILLIAM OEHLKERS

    Webinar 2: Is it Monday the 24 or Wednesday the 26?

    William J. Oehlkers

    Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2014 02:04:47 +0000
    To: woehlkers1@msn.com

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