Professional Development Opportunities for Educators

Pilot Program Opportunity for High School Teachers

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all spots are filled

We are looking for teachers to pilot and evaluate a STEM-rich multimedia design and production course for high school students. The 9-week unit will introduce students to the fundamentals of multimedia and video production through hands-on experiences, collaboration and creative thinking with particular emphasis on the engineering design process, relevant science content knowledge, and documentation of design decisions and supporting rationale in a design log. Students work in teams to reach creative decisions about a storyline, audio components, animation/visual components and production strategies necessary to produce a short animated video. The project advantages the near universal appeal and interest of students in music, video and technology to promote an: (1) understanding of engineering design and physics in the context of multimedia production, and (2) appreciation of the fundamental role of STEM in popular culture. A central goal of the project is to increase the interest and participation of girls and underrepresented groups in STEM.

All selected teachers must attend a one-week summer institute July 9 – 13, 2018 at Stevens Institute of Technology that will provide a hands-on experience with the curriculum.  There is no fee for attending. For more details and to apply please see Teacher Flyer and Application.

Professional Development Offerings

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Summer Camp Opportunities for Students

STEAM Summer Academy (Integrating Art into STEM), for students who will enter grades 6 or 7 in Fall 2018, will be held August 6 - 10, 2018, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily at Stevens Institute of Technology. View the STEAM Summer Camp Flyer. Download the Registration Form.


Employment Opportunities

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