Life is short, STEAM on!
Wednesday, June 26, 10:00–11:00 am
Jennifer Duda Christopher Harris Joe McGrath Dr. Jeremiah Okal-Frink Dr. Andrew Taylor
Hosted by Dell Technologies. STEM, STEAM, Innovation, Future-ready…regardless of the term many districts are looking to modernize their approach to learning. From a district-wide, to a new school, to a classroom, three school districts will share not just the why but the how for developing a focus on STEM.
|Audience:||Coaches, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Topic:||Innovative learning environments|
Jennifer Kressler-Duda is a Special Education Teacher at the Mercer County Special Services School District. Ms Kressler Duda works primarily with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Several years ago, Ms. Kressler-Duda began to integrate coding and robotics in her curriculum across content areas, exposing students to her passion for technology and preparing them for the future. Jennifer is a co-organizer of SpEdcamp New Jersey (spedcampnj.org) and EdCamp New Jersey (edcampnewjersey.net). She is also a member of the Future Ready Schools New Jersey Leadership Task Force. You can follow Ms. Kressler-Duda on Twitter @DynamicDuda338.
Christopher Harris is the Director of Technology at Pennsauken Public Schools located in New Jersey. He is also the Principal for the Burling Elementary School. Prior to joining Pennsauken Public Schools, he served as the Principal of Mercer Elementary School, and the Principal of the Salem Campus, where Christopher created and oversaw special needs’ educational and vocational programs for students aged 5 through 21. Currently, Christopher is a co-organizer of SpEdcamp New Jersey (spedcampnj.org), and Edcamp New Jersey (edcampnewjersey.net), and is Co-Chair of the Future Ready Schools NJ Leadership Task Force. You can follow him on Twitter @Principal_H