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AASA National Conference on Education

2 - 4 Mar 2017
Fee: Yes
Open to public: No
Category: Community

This event is open to the public. The 2017 conference will focus on 7 major themes: Common Core Standards and Assessments Superintendent/School Board Relationships Personalizing Education Leadership Instructional Leadership Innovative Technology Healthy School Environments Learn More







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SxSW Edu

6 - 9 Mar 2017 | Austin, TX
Fee: No
Open to public: No
Category: Community

This event is open to the public. Through powerful presentations from prominent and emerging leaders, SXSWedu explores a diverse range of topics that impact the future of how we teach, learn and grow. Keynotes kick off each day of programming, while featured sessions headline each hour of the conference day and the closing program completes the event with a single stage lineup of dynamic voices. Learn more about the speakers already confirmed for March by clicking on their photo or…







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Webinar: How and Why to Integrate STEM into Early Childhood Education

Mar 15 2017
Fee: No
Open to public: No
Category: Cooney Center

Wednesday, March 15 | 6pm ET This event is open to the public. Researchers and educators agree: Children demonstrate a clear readiness to engage in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) learning early in life. And, just as with language and literacy, STEM education should start early in order to maximize its benefits and effectiveness. So why is STEM not woven more seamlessly into early childhood education? What can we do — in the classroom, in homes, in museums, in…







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Webinar: What’s Next for STEM Education? Boosting Teachers and Teaching

Mar 16 2017
Fee: No
Open to public: No
Category: Cooney Center

Thursday, March 16 | 1pm-2:30pm ET Online event is open to the public. There is a national consensus that today’s students need more opportunities to build skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) across the PreK-12 grade span. Teachers are a critical piece for providing those opportunities, but barriers abound. How are teachers recruited? How are they trained? Should education schools approach preparation differently? And what about educators in the early grades, kindergarten, and pre-K? What stands in the way…