Thursday, April 5, 2018

Teaching and Learning that Works - Attend HBU'sTeaching & Learning Symposium #STEM #txed #edtech

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Houston Baptist University will host its 10th Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium on Saturday, April 14, 2018.  The keynote speaker will be Miguel Guhlin, Director of Professional Development for TCEA.org.



Keynote title: Making Fire: Kindling STEM Learning in Your Classroom.

Description:
Creating classrooms that facilitate transformational learning has ever been a challenge. Let's rediscover what works in the context of Do It Yourself (DIY) STEM, technology-blended hands-on learning in the classroom. The mark of any revolution is to inflame the hearts of learners, to set the world on fire. In this presentation, Miguel will share five tips for kindling STEM-powered  learning in your classroom.

Join the Quest for What Works

I look forward to seeing you in person at the event on April 14th. Choose from a variety of presentations about “Teaching and Learning Strategies that Work” during each of three 50 minute sessions.  This event is open to current and future educators from around the Houston Area.  Those who attend will earn professional development units.

When and Where

Teaching and Learning Symposium
Saturday, April 14, 2018
8:00 am to 12:15 pm
McNair Hall inside the Morris Cultural Arts Center
on the campus of Houston Baptist University

Breakfast will be served from 8:15 – 8:45 am.

We look forward to having you join us for this wonderful event!  Bring your digital device with you so you can play along in the sessions that involve technology.

Registration:

Online registration is $10, for early registration until April 10, 2018.
Late registration is $15, beginning on April 11, 2018 until the day of the event.

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