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  1. STEM EXPO 2017 Workshop #4 February 23, 2017 Edmonds School District

  2. Agenda • Congratulations!!! • Welcome & Introductions • Teacher Check In • Registration Process • What to Expect at the Expo • Planning/Questions • Evaluations/Time Sheets

  3. Checking In • Introductions • What’s working well? • What can you use support with?

  4. Online Registration

  5. Registration Overview • Open from Feb 23 – Mar 17 • Link sent by email to teachers • Will take about 3 minutes to register • Before students start, make sure they: • Know how to spell your name • Have a title for their project • Know their T-shirt size (these are adult sizes) • Team registration • All team members should be present to register together • If a team has more than 5 students • Have 5 of them register together online • Email me with the Project Title and the names & tshirt sizes of the additional students

  6. Registration Overview • After registration closes, a list of your students and their information will be sent to you to check that • Everyone has registered • Your name is spelled correctly • Your students’ names are spelled correctly • Project titles are appropriate and free of misspellings • Students have correctly identified their school • Please respond with any corrections ASAP. This information will be used to print our STEM Expo program.

  7. What to expectat the stem Expo

  8. At the STEM Expo • If you wish, we will pick up completed poster boards from your students and set them up at their assigned table • Students will be responsible for taking the poster boards home with them • There will NOT be an opening address • There will be photos of the event, but take ones of your students if you want to be sure you have a photo record of everyone • Students will have a specified time to stand by their projects, and a specified time to visit other projects • Can start setting up as early as 5:00

  9. At the STEM Expo • Open to the public from 6-8pm • Representatives from STEM industries & higher ed will have tables • STEM Ambassadors from industry and higher ed will be walking around and talking with students. They will wear a badge that identifies them with this info • Name • Institution or Career • Ask me about …(STEM Topic)

  10. At the STEM Expo • Students should be encouraged to interact with the public • Questions they should be prepared to answer include: • How did you choose this topic for your project? • What was something unexpected that you learned? • What was your greatest challenge? • How would you like to see your project (findings) used? • Have you considered working in a STEM career? What would you find rewarding? • If you had time and resources, what would you do next? • What are some interesting student projects you have seen here at the STEM Expo?

  11. Speaking to the public Talking to People Presenting Yourself Wear your STEM Expo T-shirt Make good use of your display board. Be positive and enthusiastic! Be confident with your answers. It is okay to say “I do not know.” It is okay to ask questions of your visitors. • Write a 2 minute "speech" summarizing your project. • Make a list of questions you think people will ask you • Review your background research. • Practice explaining your project to others • Practice explaining your project in simple terms

  12. Displayboards

  13. Project Boards

  14. Need Display Boards? Email Mary Glodowski • Number of display boards needed • Date needed • School See examples of display board layouts in the Student Handbooks at http://www.edmonds.wednet.edu/Page/8398

  15. Thank You! • Did you sign in? • Time Sheets – “STEM Expo WS #4”