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7th Annual Collaborating for Education & Research Forum
Saturday, March 1, 2014, 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM.
at the University of Notre Dame's
Jordan Hall of Science
Registration is now closed.
The 7th annual Collaborating for Education and Research Forum was held on Saturday, March 1st, from 8:30 AM until 2:00 PM in the Jordan Hall of Science on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. This year's theme was Developing STEM Commercialization-Education Connections. See the program below. Breakfast and lunch were provided, as will certificates for 5 professional growth points for K-12 teachers and administrators. See below, right for WNIT post-event coverage of the forum.
2014 Forum Program
8:55 AM Forum Begins Jordan Hall Room 105
Project Lead The Way: Overview, Impacts, and Potential Regional Opportunity
9:00 Introduction and Regional overview -
, Former President and CEO of Corporate Partnership for Economic Growth
9:10 Project Lead the Way (PLTW) overview - Vince Bertram, President & CEO, PLTW
9:25 Program, Teacher Training - Terri Schulz, Sr. Director of School Engagement, PLTW
Panel: PLTW Impact K12
Carolyn Fletcher, Planetarium Director and Teacher, Kennedy Primary Academy (Launch)
Daniel Tyree, Superintendent, Plymouth Community School Corporation (Gateway)
Kay Antonelli, Asst. Superintendent, Penn Harris Madison School Corporation (Biomedical Science)
Matt Modlin, Magnet Coordinator and Teacher, Riley High School (Engineering)
10:35 Project Lead The Way Q&A
10:50 Horizon Education Alliance, Elkhart County - Brian Weibe, Executive Director
11:10 OrthoWorx, Kosciusko County - Brad Bishop, Executive Director
11:30 Chamber of Commerce, Saint Joseph County - Jeff Rea, President & CEO
Lunch & Collaboration Bazaar
(lunch served from 12:15 1:00)
Please return these to the registration table; K-12 teachers and administrators may pick up a
professional development certificate at this time.
Particle Physics Presentation in the DVT Theater
through the north doors. This presentation is open to the public, as part of a day-long
masterclass in particle physics
held concurrently with the Forum.
This year's forum was sponsored by:
University of Notre Dame's College of Science, College of Engineering, Office of Public Affairs and Communications, Center for STEM Education, and Notre Dame QuarkNet Center; also by the Northern Indiana Science, Mathematics and Engineering Collaboration (NISMEC.)
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