STEM Week Challenge 2022: September Training
Register for this event by September 7th.
The One8 Foundation and its program, Mass STEM Hub, are excited to announce the STEM Week Challenge for STEM Week 2022, coming up October 17-21. Together with our partners, PBLWorks, this year’s challenge will ask students to grapple with the question “How can we prepare and inspire people in Massachusetts to pursue STEM careers that have the greatest potential for impact?”
Through a 10-hour applied learning experience, middle and high school students will research an in-demand STEM career that interests them AND reach out to professionals in those fields, building their personal networks while making their learning more relevant and real-world.
Teachers – sign up here for September professional learning in order to participate in the STEM Week Challenge! Provided by PBLWorks, this professional learning will make it easy for you to implement the STEM Week Challenge with your students come the fall. Collaborate with innovative educators from across Massachusetts and get access to materials and resources, all at no cost to educators. Select from one of the following professional learning offerings in the registration form:
IN PERSON offering in Worcester:
- Saturday, September 10: 9am-12pm (IN PERSON in Worcester– more details to come!)
- Wednesday, September 7: 3-5pm (On Zoom)
- Thursday, September 15: 3-5pm (On Zoom)
- Monday, September 19: 3-5pm (On Zoom)
What does the STEM Week Challenge include?
- 10 hours of instructional content and robust student and teacher facing materials
- High-quality teacher professional learning to support implementation
- Access to industry professionals to help students learn more about careers and practice network-building
- In-person showcase event at the end of STEM Week to provide authentic audience for students’ work
Note: the STEM Week Challenge 2022 is open to all middle and high school students. The professional learning is designed for teachers who will be implementing the challenge with their students.