STEM Leadership Webinar with AASA and JASON Learning
December 3, 2015, 10:00-11:00 a.m. ET
With STEM occupations projected to grow by 17 percent from 2008 to 2018, compared to 9.8 percent growth for non-STEM occupations, national decline of student interest in STEM fields is a problem that K-12 school leaders must address. What can school leaders do to increase interest in STEM among students?
This webinar provides a comprehensive look at ways schools can expand STEM interest among students. It presents an online curriculum framework developed by JASON Learning. JASON Learning provides multimedia curricular experiences in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) for K-12 students, and corresponding professional development for educators in a wide variety of formal and informal education environments.
Presenters: Eleanor Smalley, CEO, JASON Learning; H.D. Chambers, superintendent, Alief Independent School District in Texas; Matt Montgomery, superintendent, Revere Schools in Ohio; and Mort Sherman, associate executive director, AASA.
Live Virtual Programs
These real-time virtual programs are essential professional development opportunities for you and your school system's staff leaders. Additionally, they eliminate travel expenses and reduce time spent out of the office and the school system. All programs are priced per site so that multiple people from the same location can participate for one registration fee.
Virtual Seminar Partnerships
The AASA Leadership Development department is proud to offer AASA members the opportunity to participate in important and timely virtual seminars through partnerships with business leaders.
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