2013 Colloquium on P-12 STEM Education at the University of Minnesota

posted Mar 30, 2014, 12:00 AM by Brad Kohl   [ updated Apr 1, 2014, 4:54 PM ]
Congratulations!


Your abstract has been accepted to be presented at the 2013 Colloquium on P-12 STEM Education. Attached is the full list of sessions sorted by day and time. We have done our best to accommodate every request possible. All rooms will have projectors available for use. Please see the list for your presentation day, time, and room assignment.


If you have any questions, concerns or comments, please contact us any time.


Thank you,


STEM Education Center

University of Minnesota


It was exciting news, to be asked to present at conference dedicated to STEM education.  Math Research alums Nicholas Thyr and Daniel Bergerson were joined by newcomer Christopher Walker on an August day to present at the 2013 Colloquium on P-12 STEM Education at the University of Minnesota on August 5-6, 2013.  Participants found the session inspiring and informative.  


It also marked the debut of the math research Venn diagram, the result of student discussions arising from having presented at STEM conferences, service-learning conferences, and social justice conferences, and the unique challenges and opportunities offered by each.


Did you know:  The acronym STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) came from the National Science Foundation.  In their internal conversations they were referring to the new initiative as SMET, but realizing the public would misinterpret it, they changed it to STEM.  Should have been METS if you ask me!


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