The National Science Teachers Association hosts a fast-growing event on STEM, the NSTA STEM Forum. Once again, STEMx has arranged for a core set of sessions devoted to our members.

We’re recruiting for six sessions at the 2018 NSTA STEM Forum to be hosted in Philadelphia from July 11–13, 2018.

Help us tackle core questions like:

  • What are the most powerful STEM approaches making a difference in classrooms today?
  • How do we keep quality STEM education accessible to all students?
  • How will we keep STEM relevant as new technologies like artificial intelligence, the environment, and aging populations create new challenges?

Again, we’re looking for six stunning presentations from STEMx member states. The bar’s high, check out this moment from last year’s STEM Forum.

STEMx will cover the presenter’s travel. Applications are due January 8th at 5 p.m. EST. Apply here: https://battelleeducation.typeform.com/to/Imi1O9

3 thoughts on “STEMx is headed back to NSTA’s STEM Forum”


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    Bob Sanders says:

    There’s a new S.T.E.A.M. resource magazine that you may want to have a look at: https://www.youtube.com/physcimanics


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    Julia says:

    I linked through to here from the NSTA STEM Forum registration site. Are the sessions on July 11th that you guys are sponsoring open to everyone to attend? Thanks!


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      Rob Evans says:

      Yes. The STEMx sessions are open to anyone attending the NSTA forum. We’d love to see you! (PS: Sorry for the long-delayed response)


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