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Nov. 1 | Volume 21 - 2018






  Bridging the Gap unites STEM educators




STEM leaders and educators recently gathered in Raleigh to share ideas and resources in topics ranging from personalized learning to biomedical technology to using drones as part of the seventh annual Bridging the Gap Conference. This highly-attended event annually attracts education and business leaders throughout the state, and EdNC did a great job capturing some of the highlights from this year's event. Read the story. One of the sections notes remarks from BWF CASMT awardee Michelle Ellis discussing instructional practices to address equity issues in the STEM classroom. STEM West Director Carol Moore and Tracy Hall of Education Matters in Catawba Valley also spent time talking about students at a particularly difficult stage: eighth grade. Yasmin Bendaas did a fabulous job capturing the pulse and conversations at this year's Bridging the Gap - worth a look when you can get a chance. Please enjoy your e-Update. Tweet us @NCSTEM with any feedback.






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NCDPI releases Hurricane Florence funding

The N.C. Department of Public Instruction is disbursing $60 million in emergency capital funding for the public schools damaged by Hurricane Florence.





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Nominate a STEM Role Model in NC

The SMT Center offers annually recognizes individuals and organizations whose extraordinary contributions to science, mathematics, and technology education in North Carolina are helping to advance the mission of the SMT Center. Nominations for the upcoming SMT Awards is now open.





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Seeking a STEM Job? We have you covered

The NC STEM Center has career and job opportunities available. Quick, easy and free site registration is required.





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Featured Program

Greensboro Children's Museum

Greensboro Children's Museum engages all in hands-on, fun, learning experiences that contribute to their growth and development through play, creation, outdoor exploration and STEM activities.. Learn more. Click or tap the button below to view all of the great programs listed at the NC STEM Center.




     

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Featured Opportunity

Kramden Institute

Game Design Lab - Create and Code. This eight-week afterschool program for middle schoolers will give you a great start on game design as a career or hobby. You love games, now create your own! Learn more. Click or tap the button to view STEM opportunities available at NC STEM Center.




     

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NC STEM partners with The Connectory to help you discover local STEM happenings.
Please visit Events Calendar to find these and more upcoming events.

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STEM in the Park presents TechFest

STEM in the Park is looking for mentors for TechFest on Nov. 9. This is a great outreach opportunity for STEM pros, post-docs, or upper-level university students to connect with students in grades 7-12. Learn more.


 

 

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ISTE Creative Constructor Lab

Get hands-on and learn how to produce learning experiences where students fully leverage technology to communicate, curate their ideas and solve problems. At the first-ever ISTE Creative Constructor Lab in Seattle, you'll use the ISTE Standards to create vibrant and media-rich learning environments for your K-12 students. Learn more.


 

 

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2018 JCRA Moonlight in the Garden

Moonlight in the Garden returns this November with more lights and more nights at the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University. Exhibition dates include a special Preview Night on the schedule. Visit link for more details and specific dates and times of the programming. Learn more.

 

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