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STEM Smart: Lessons Learned from Successful Schools

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Washington, District of Columbia
Downloads: DC STEM Smart Agenda.pdf | DC STEM Smart Presenter Bios.pdf | DC STEM Smart Program Descriptions.pdf
Time Description
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Registration (coffee served)

- Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Joan Ferrini-Mundy, Assistant Director, Directorate for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation
  • Claudine Brown, Assistant Secretary for Education and Access, Smithsonian Institution
- Issues and Opportunities in PreK-3 STEM Education Plenary Presentation
  • Moderator: Janice Earle, National Science Foundation
  • Panelists: Susan Carey, Harvard University; Doug Clements, University of Denver; Kimberlee Kiehl, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center; Karen Worth, Wheelock College
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Break

Downloads: DC STEM Smart Agenda.pdf | DC STEM Smart Presenter Bios.pdf | DC STEM Smart Program Descriptions.pdf
Time Description
- Focusing on PreK-3 STEM EducationBreakout Sessions
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Break

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Networking (lunch served)
Frontiers and Challenges of Early Childhood Research Plenary Presentation

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Break

- Focusing on PreK-3 STEM EducationBreakout Sessions
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Break

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Reflections and Implications  Plenary Presentation

  • Moderator: Natalie Nielsen, National Research Council 
  • Panelists: Amy Beal, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, MD | View Presentation; Amy Reese, Howard County Public Schools, MD | View Presentation