16th Annual Texas STEM Conference

Working directly with educators to prepare all Texas students to thrive in the 21st Century global economy since 2007, the Texas STEM Coalition brings together teachers, administrators, researchers and policy makers to improve STEM Education learning outcomes for Texas P-16 students. The Texas STEM Coalition invites you to be a part of STEM in Texas. The 2023 Texas STEM conference will be an opportunity for educators and administrators to share how they are intentionally designing, researching, and teaching P-16 students to learn best in our present-day STEM context. Modern times inspire educators to continue to explore how to respond to current societal and environmental realities such as college readiness, closing the gaps in learning, inequities, teacher shortages, and post pandemic trauma - with new learning and new ways of operating.

Conference sessions may include a focus on intentional approaches and priorities such students centered-learning (PBL and Inquiry), STEM Academies, P-Tech, student research projects, new approaches to learning STEM content, or fostering inquiry and innovation through the design of idea-centered learning experiences.

This conference will hear voices from across Texas and the beyond, highlighting how educators create, explore, and build learning cultures that continuously seek, apply, and share new knowledge about STEM Education.

We welcome applications for presentations and workshops and invite all interested educators, researchers, administrators, and professors to apply. Due to the lack of substitute teachers it was recommended by conference attendees in 2022 that the program be virtual.

Please submit your proposal by January 10th, 2023. The conference committee will respond to proposal applications by January 20th.

All participants and presenters will be asked to register and pay the conference fees to complete the acceptance process. The lead presenters will receive a discounted rate.

For questions, please email the conference chair: Dr. Michael Odell modell@uttyler.edu

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Participant presentations and workshops are allotted 25 minutes which should include at least 5 minutes for discussion and questions.

Vendor presentations and workshops have the option of 25 or 50 minute workshop/presentations.

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