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A Day of STEAM

Using Climate Science in Art, Math & Science for the PreK – 5 Teacher

Presenters

  • Remy Poon
  • Cheryl Lydon
  • Debbie Gilbert
  • Beverly Harding Buehler
  • Meredith Essex
  • Leslie Nielsen
  • Whitney White

Description

Puget Sound ESD welcomes you to our first 2019 A Day of STEAM conference! This day will consist of opportunities to learn about climate science education, delve into the STEAM disciplines (A for Arts), and introduction to resources available to support continued learning about climate science and STEAM disciplines. Teachers will earn up to 7 STEM clock hours over an engaging keynote presentation, and two interactive breakout sessions. 

Attached here is a full description of each offering, including targeted grade bands. We encourage your to review these descriptions prior to the conference, and secure your space using the EventBrite links in the notes section below. Eventbrite registrations without prior pdEnroller registration will not be honored. Day-of session registration is on a first-come first-serve basis if space is available.

A Day of STEAM Session Descriptions.pdf

A Day of STEAM Flier.pdf


Cancellation guidelines:

  • A full refund will be granted if PSESD cancels the event
  • A full refund will be granted upon participant cancellation if done so on or before 11:59pm on 4/21/19. Refunds will not be granted if the participant cancels after this date/time.

Event Notes

Below are the EventBrite links to each individual session. Please register on pdEnroller before securing space in your chosen sessions - session registrations without prior pdEnroller registration will not be honored. The password for each session is STEAM2019. Session descriptions can be found here - A Day of STEAM Session Descriptions.pdf

Choose one of the following:
(click on the link to access the Eventbrite registration page)
1A - Protecting Our Salmon: Superstars of the Northwest
1B - Bee Friendly: The Math, Art and Science of Bees
1C - Ramps and Pathways: Bringing Physics, Engineering, and Inquiry into the Classroom
1D - How can math and science modeling help us understand and solve the problem of plastic?
1E - Do we really have to stop eating Salmon to save the Southern Resident Orca Whales?

Choose one of the following:
(click on the link to access the Eventbrite registration page)
2A - Geometric Shapes in Action
2B - Save the Salmon!
2C - Erosion at DIY Sand and Water Tables
2D - Exploring Biodiversity through Art and Mathematics
2E - Is Climate Change Too Scary to Talk About with Kids?

A few logistical notes:

  • Parking is free and ample!
  • Coffee, tea and light snacks are available in the morning
  • Lunch will be provided by Act 3 Catering. We'll be ordering gourmet box lunches with vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and dairy free options. Please update your pdEnroller accounts to reflect dietary restrictions you'd like us to be aware of. 
  • Please bring a refillable water bottle and/or reusable mug to help us reduce waste
  • Optional: a laptop or Wi-Fi enabled device & charger

Please contact Allyssa Zillmer (azillmer@psesd.org) if you have any questions!

Location

Puget Sound ESD
800 Oakesdale Ave. SW Renton WA 98057

Dates

  • Sat, April 27 2019 8:00 AM - 4:40 PM
    Check-In: 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    Conference Center - 1st Floor

Registration

Event # 85160

Price
$85.00
Registered
0 / 180
Registration Ends
Sunday Apr 21, 2019 11:59 PM

This event is cancelled.

Subjects

STEM

Other

STEAM Visual Arts