STEM Survey and Upcoming Webinars

STEM Survey

If you happened to participate either or at an in-person event at the DEN SCIcon 2010 on Saturday, January 9, you will be happy to know that Discovery is working on a variety of new programs related to STEM education and need some feedback from our community. Give Discovery your input and you’ll have a chance to win one of ten Siemens We Can Change the World Prize Packs that include:

  • Laptop bag
  • Solar-powered cell phone charger
  • Bamboo flash drive
  • Other classroom resources made from recycled materials

Take five minutes today and complete the STEM survey. You responses will help guide the direction of Siemens STEM Academy, coming soon, and future webinars, professional development opportunities, and resources. In addition, Discovery has created a series of webinars that support STEM and Discovery Science initiatives listed below.

Upcoming Webinars

Discovery Connect with Michio Kaku from the Science Channel

Tuesday, January 19 at 4 PM ET

Inspire your students! Register to hear Dr. Michio Kaku, host of Science Channel’s “Sci Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible”, theoretical physicist, best selling author and co-creator of string field theory, talk about the various science topics covered in his television show. “Physics of the Impossible” takes viewers to the frontiers of science with an authoritative exploration of the world of phasers, force fields, teleportation, time travel, and more. Dr. Kaku investigates the physics behind some of science fiction’s wildest offerings and concludes that many of the technologies once thought impossible may actually be inevitable.

Siemens We Can Change the World

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 4 PM ET

Young Scientist Challenge

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 4 PM ET

EdTechConnect with Cheryl Lemke

Wednesday, January 20 at 7 PM ET


Web 2.0 Innovation: The Ripple Effect

Design tomorrow’s lessons using the latest social, learning, and neuroscience research on critical thinking, multi-tasking, multimodal learning, collaboration, and engagement.

EdTechConnect is a free webinar series to help teachers integrate media and technology into the classroom. Discovery Education connects you with the experts who will answer your questions and bring you new insights. All you need is a computer with speakers that is connected to the Internet and a cadre of experts will virtually join you at your desk

Register for these webinars and more at: http://community.discoveryeducation.com/webinar.







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