2022 Inspire and Innovate With STEM Webinars

Dates: March 31, 2022 to May 31, 2022

Type:  Online and Self-Paced (with STEM Webinars)

Cost:  $45 

WRESA is excited to announce our annual STEM 2022 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE.  This year our conference’s theme is “Innovate and Inspire.”  Get excited and share your enthusiasm with your students.  It is time to look to the future!   We need to build, create, and invent!  STEM education opens the doorways to endless opportunities.  This year’s STEM conference is designed to spark your curiosity while inspiring you as an educational leader.  Join us for (15-20) outstanding STEM recorded webinars that will give our future students the knowledge of new novel tasks to be successful leaders. Break out session information coming soon on our website, www.wresa.org. Sneak Peek on the next page!  

 Opening Keynote Speaker: Hunter Ward- “ Weather- The WARD WAY”  Hunter Ward, a former Buncombe County student will share his expertise of tracking and predicting the weather.  He will share his knowledge and strategies to encourage your students in becoming meteorologists.

 Closing Keynote Speaker: Dr. Graham Reynolds– Dr. Graham Reynolds is an Associate Professor of Biology and the Chancellor’s Scholar Faculty Advisor at UNC Asheville. Dr. Graham will discuss his work exploring uninhabited islands and his discovery of four new species of snakes.

 Below is just a sneak peek of a few of our recorded webinars:  Coming soon on our website www.wresa.org will be a full list of the virtual STEM WEBINARS:  2022 Inspire and Innovate with STEM Conference :

    • Lego Story Visualizer
    • STEM Initiatives Through Animal Welfare Projects
    • Building Engineer in the (K-5) Classrooms
    • Putting the “A” in STEAM with Canva Edu
    • Navigating Misinformation and Fake News in the Media
    • Effective Vocabulary Instruction for K-12 Science
    • In Person, Hybrid, Remote…Oh My! Creating Routines Using Kami that work Wherever We Are
    • STEM Subjects: Britannica and EBSCO Resources
    • Let’s go with Design for Delight: Enriching Your Classroom with Design and Thinking
    • SeeSaw Routines You Can Use Tomorrow!
    • Opportunities to Engage Middle and High School Students in meaningful mosquito-borne disease citizen-science
    • Remote Island Exploration and Discovering New Species Around the World 
    • It’s Time: Empowering Problem Solvers
    • Real World STEM: It’s Time for STEM to Stop Being Abstract and to Start Getting Real 
    • Make and Take Blended Learning Choice Boards
    • It Is Our Duty As Educators to Prepare Our Students for a World That Does Not Yet Exist
    • Giving Student’s Choice Puts Them in the Driver’s Seat of Their Own Learning
    • Designing A Culture of Learner Centered Innovation in Schools
    • Ratio and Proportional Reasoning
    • Coding: Anyone Can Do It!
    • Cyber Network Collaboration
    • STEM Initiatives Through Animal Welfare Projects
    • Designing Elementary STEM Challenges