STEMTastic Webinar Resources
2022 - 2023 Recordings and Resources
April STEMtastic Recording - Chris Blasting - The Arts in STEAMhttps://sacredheart-edu.zoom.us/rec/share/Yg0u-a4bUy-xMvaKNWXOm2QjabqwTHFLXSg6YDPRWi8-AnDcKv7M1zJzadWtN0Te.B3SqTDRakj0bogZX
March STEMtastic Recording - Louisa Iacurci - CT Women's Hall of Fame
February STEMtastic Recording - Kelly McGlinchey - Growing Global Food Citizens
December STEMtastic Recording - Katharine S. Hinkle - Outdoor Science - Harvard Forest
Check out these great STEAM resources from our November STEMtastic speakers Erin Ritz, Sarah Riccio, and Liisa Peterson
Strategies and Resources to Advance Racial Equity in Science Classroom
Dr. Jeanne Chowning, Science Education Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, WA and Julie Christianson, Science Instruction Supervisor, CREC March 29, 2021
STEM Teaching Tools - Focusing Science and Engineering Learning on Justice-Centered Phenomena across PK-12
Dr. Jeanne Chowning slides - Strategies and Resources to Advance Racial Equity
J. Christianson slides - Working to Be an Antiracist School District
Registration for March 30 Virtual trip - Hutch@Home Virtual Field Trip to the Stanley Lee Lab in the Clinical Research Division at Fred Hutch.
Dr Latanya Branford and Michelle Ellis (@totalstemteach) - Science Teachers Advancing Racial Equity
January 18, 2021
Presentation by Michelle Ellis - NSTA Multi-District Equity Presentation
Join NSTA for this special four-part, interactive, virtual miniseries, which is jointly hosted by the Association for Multicultural Science Education (AMSE) and NSTA’s Committee on Multicultural / Equity in Science Education. Scheduled throughout the month of March, this miniseries is your source for resources and strategies for motivating and enhancing the participation of traditionally underrepresented students in science through the lens of equity and social justice.
The one-price registration(members $60 Early Bird by Feb 28) includes attendance to all four (4) parts of the mini-series. You can opt to attend all four of the 2.5-hour Saturday sessions; drop in on one (or more sessions), or view them as your schedule permits. The last 30 minutes of the session will be a roundtable discussion for participants to ask additional questions and/or share their own experiences and stories.
Dr. Okhee Lee (NYU) and Dr. Todd Campbell (UCONN) presentation on November 17, 2020
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Systemic Racism : Creating "A New Normal" for Science and STEM Education with Social Justice for All Students
Powerpoint from Okhee Lee and Todd Campbell's presentation
NSTA Daily Do - How can we make informed decisions to keep ourselves and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Watch the recording of the presentation - Access code vz!1NBy4