STEAM Education Research Networking and Next Steps

Jill Nelson, Rebekah Hersch, Jessica Rosenberg, Laura Lukes, Anthony Kelly, Padmanabhan Seshaiyer, Adam Winsler

Session Information

Year: 2018 | Time: 3:35pm-4:15pm | Location: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION Johnson Center (George's)

Abstract

BRIEF SESSION DESCRIPTION:

This session is a follow up to the Research on STEAM Teaching and Learning Workshop that was held May, 11, 2018 and sponsored by the George Mason University Office of Research.  Workshop participants and those not able to attend the workshop are invited to join this session for lightning talk networking session for those interested in STEAM Education Research efforts at Mason.  

Join us as we identify opportunities to collaborate and explore bold and innovative visions for STEAM teaching and learning research at Mason through a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education research networking session. Several (8-10) faculty from a diverse set of programs will share 1-2 minute "lightning" descriptions of their STEAM teaching and learning research interests. Sharing of interests will be followed by time for open networking to help colleagues identify overlapping interests and opportunities to work together. Session participants will become more familiar with the diversity STEAM teaching and learning research taking place on campus and will be able to identify existing projects of interest, as well as potential collaborators for new ideas.

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FULL ABSTRACT: 

This session is a follow up to the Research on STEAM Teaching and Learning Workshop that was held May, 11, 2018 and sponsored by the George Mason University Office of Research.  Workshop participants and those not able to attend the workshop are invited to join this session for lightning talk networking session for those interested in STEAM Education Research efforts at Mason.  

Join us as we identify opportunities to collaborate and explore bold and innovative visions for STEAM teaching and learning research at Mason through a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education research networking session. Several (8-10) faculty from a diverse set of programs will share 1-2 minute "lightning" descriptions of their STEAM teaching and learning research interests. Sharing of interests will be followed by time for open networking to help colleagues identify overlapping interests and opportunities to work together. By the end of this session participants will be able to name 3 potential collaborators for their teaching and learning projects.

Presenter list:
Carley Fisher-Maltese
Margret Hjalmarson
Kimberly Holmes
Adam Winsler
Jaime Lester

 

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