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3rd Annual STEM Summit August 13-15, 2019
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 August 13-15th @ Wenatchee Convention Center, typically hosts about 450 attendees over 3 days with over 90 sessions offered.
Teachers- this event offers up to 18 STEM Clock Hours.
We are pleased to announce the following confirmed presenters and panels:
Keynote Presenter: Amy D’Amico, PhD (Tuesday 9am):
Amy D’Amico, PhD, joined the SSEC in 2013 as the Division Director of Professional Services. She oversees professional development and leadership development initiatives at SSEC. Prior to joining the SSEC, Amy was a member of the faculty in the biology department at Georgetown University. At Georgetown, she taught a variety of biology courses and co-directed the RISE & Teach program for biology undergraduates who complete a thesis while teaching in the District of Columbia Public Schools. In addition, Amy served as a full-time consultant at the SSEC to assist in the program development and execution of the K-12 Science Education Institutes for Leadership Development and Strategic Planning.
Dr. D’Amico has 18 years of experience as an educator that began by teaching middle school for the Cambridge Public Schools in Massachusetts. She quickly became a Middle Grade Science Teacher Leader and worked to implement the district’s five-year strategic plan based on the SSEC’s model of science education reform.
Dr. D’Amico’s presentation is sponsored by Carolina Biological Supply Company.
Keynote Presenter: Dr. Kenneth Wesson (Wednesday 9am):
Kenneth Wesson is a former higher education faculty member and administrator. He delivers keynote addresses on the neuroscience of learning for educational organizations and institutions throughout the United States and overseas. His research is frequently published and referenced in Parents Magazine, HealthNet, and the journal Brain World.
Lunch With Legislators (Thursday):
Apple STEM Network and NCESD would like opportunity to take a moment to celebrate and recognize our legislators for all of the work they’ve been doing to support our educators. Please come and hear from our legislators about their priorities around STEM education.
The Lunch Panel will be on Thursday, August 15, 2019 from 12-1PM at the Wenatchee Convention Center.
Book your lodging before July 13, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn Wenatchee
25 North Worthen Street
Wenatchee WA 98801
Group Name: STEM SUMMIT
CLICK HERE for Lodging Reservation
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