Learning Recovery for Science, Technology, Engineering, & MathEnroll now
In this virtual conference, work with colleagues in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education (STEM subjects) to develop an asset-based approach to planning equitable learning opportunities for students of all readiness levels and backgrounds. Attend a plenary session where Dr. Kim Harris shares her research on the impact of culturally responsive pedagogy through digital storytelling on student learning. This one-week professional development includes one live synchronous session on June 15th at 9AM or 9PM ET. Remaining work is done asynchronously.