Teaching Integrated STEM in Teacher Education
How do we utilize today’s digital landscape to create meaningful STEM connections in both K-12 and teacher education curriculum?
Changes to state and national standards now require teacher education programs to change their curriculum and fieldwork requirements for teaching STEM – emphasizing an integrated approach to STEM's four core elements: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The USC Rossier School of Education’s panel of professors, faculty and science experts will address this critical (and national) need for curriculum changes, and share their experience and expertise on how to develop a STEM curriculum for our next generation of teachers.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- Attendees will be able to summarize the differences between asynchronous and synchronous online learning
- Attendees will be able to describe and understand student work in an integrated STEM teacher education program
- Attendees will be able to discuss the challenges and strengths of an online STEM teacher education program
- Corinne Hyde, Associate (Teaching) Professor of Clinical Education, USC Rossier School of Education
- Fred Freking, Associate Professor of Clinical Education, USC Rossier School of Education
- Anthony Maddox, Professor of Clinical Education and Engineering, USC Rossier School of Education
- John Pascarella, Chair of the Master of Arts in Teaching Programs; Associate Professor of Education, USC Rossier School of Education
Michelle Manno, Communications Mgr, USC Rossier School of Education