Are you interested in presenting to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics educators at STEMathon?   Aspiring presenters may propose a 1-hour session by completing and submitting the Proposal Form by April 17, 2017. 

Presentations should relate to one of the four conference strands:

  • STEM Integration Methods, Projects & Programs (Examples: Presentations related to K-12 integrative STEM, STEAM, and other variations of STEM, integration of engineering in science, design-based learning, STEM through unique contexts, literacy in STEM, and STEM programs)
  • Teaching Strategies to Support STEM for All (Examples: Presentations related to instruction, inclusive practices, STEM for special education, STEM practices, integration of instructional technology,  blended learning in STEM, authentic assessment, challenge-based learning, and project-based learning)
  • Ecosystems and Community STEM Initiatives (Examples: Presentations related to STEM ecosystems, communities of practice, informal and out-of-school time STEM programs, community-wide and large scale STEM initiatives, career exploration, and business/industry partnerships)
  • Materials and Resources for STEM Education (Examples: Presentations related to STEM curricular resources, elementary STEM materials, engineering resources, new STEM education products, advanced technologies/equipment for STEM, and funding solutions for STEM)

All breakout sessions will be held on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, between the hours of 11:30 AM – 4:00 PM and Thursday, August 3, 2017, between the hours of 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM.   From the proposals submitted by the deadline, presentations will be selected for the conference.  Notifications will be sent via email in late April 2017.  Please note that all presenters will need to register and pay for the conference.  Presenters pay only $100 to attend STEMathon.  That’s a savings of $50!

Sessions may be photographed, streamed live, or recorded during STEMathon.  Handouts may be placed on the STEMathon website to distribute to attendees and visitors to the site – all posted material should be original work that adheres to copyright laws.  By submitting a proposal to present at STEMathon, you acknowledge and agree to these terms.