The 2020 STEM Summit is going Virtual!
August 11-21.

NEW!! – Visit our FAQ page for all your 2020 STEM Summit Questions

Just like last year this is a two-step process.  

STEP 1: Attendees register in pdEnroller
STEP 2: Attendees register and choose your sessions in our brand-new app called SCHED.

 

The 2020 STEM Summit highlights professional learning opportunities for teachers and educational staff members in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics taught by experts and specialists in their fields.

The virtual STEM Summit will still feature over 60 breakout sessions offered morning and afternoon. New additions this year include a track focused on Early Learning and a Teacher Academy hosted by the Chelan County PUD.  A total of 39 Clock hours will be offered to purchase.


Important Reminders:
– Free For NCESD STEM District Cooperative Members.
– The 2020 STEM Summit is Virtual and Paperless! Download the SCHED App to create your schedule. iOS, Android
– Registration is a two step process: 1st – Register in pdEnroller. 2nd – Register in SCHED.

Are you interested in being a Sponsor? We have several opportunities for you or your business to be a part of the 2020 Summit!


2020 Sponsors

The STEM Summit highlights multiple professional learning opportunities for teachers and educational staff members in the area of science, technology, engineering and mathematics taught by experts and specialists in their fields.

The STEM Summit, held in August each year, typically hosts about 450 attendees over 3 days with over 60 sessions offered. 2020 is the first year the STEM Summit has been offered entirely online.

Teachers- this event offers up to 39 STEM Clock Hours.


Feedback from Previous Attendees

“So many good ideas! Thank you for the time to start my planning. This was exactly what I needed!”

“I loved being able to be a student during the sessions. It helped me to experience what my students will learn.”

“A wealth of information and resources for elevating our students’ learning experience.”

“Great ideas that I can use in my classroom!”


Previous STEM Summit Information

2019
Session Presentations
2018
Session Presentations
2017
Session Presentations
Session Descriptions