eCYBERMISSION Lab (August 2, 8:30 a.m.): Connecting STEM through Real Problems and Inquiry
         Limit: 16 attendees

         Educators (or adults with interest engaging with students in an informal education setting) are invited to take a dive into AEOP's eCYBERMISSION (  eCYBERMISSION allows 6th-9th grade student teams to enhance their knowledge of the scientific and engineering design process through real-life application of science, math, and technology.  The eCYBERMISSION competition is electronic which ensures that even our most rural students are able to participate.  Lab participants will work with eCYBERMISSION Ambassadors and Team Advisers to construct the deliverables and strategies for program implementation. (an additional stipend is available to Lab participants)

STEMwise Building Communities Workshop: August 2 12:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and August 3 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

This interactive event will give you an opportunity to work alongside regional experts representing a wide spectrum of research-based best-practice in classroom instruction to design and refine your student experiences.

A separate registration is required for each workshop participant and we recommend the individual attending complete their own registration so that the strategic planning team can best tailor the workshop to the experiences and preferences of the participants.

Thanks to the support of a Battelle AEOP Strategic Partner grant, participants will be awarded a stipend and travel scholarships are available.  

Please let us know if you have any questions: 605.312.6417 or - please reference "STEMwise".

* 1. To register: please tell us a little about yourself:

* 2. Which component(s) of 2017 STEMwise Building Communities are you registering for? (click all that apply)

* 3. Are there others from your school/organization planning to attend the 2017 STEMwise Building Communities Workshop?

* 4. Which title(s) best represent you?
(select all that apply)

* 5. What grade(s) do you teach/work with?

* 6. Which of the following best describes your teaching experience:

* 7. The office staff at your school is seeking your help to fill a class during your prep.  Rank the following courses you would happily substitute for:

* 8. Do you have any special dietary concerns or food allergies?

* 9. Have you been to other STEMwise events?

* 10. How would you define your "community"? 

* 11. Describe your experience with STEM:

* 12. Describe your experience with customized learning:

* 13. Which of the following workshop formats do you prefer?

* 14. As a teacher/presenter which of the following styles do you prefer?

* 15. Which of the following workshop goals are most appealing to you?

* 16. Any other comments or questions for the planning team?