College hosts pre-workshop session for STEAM educators

AUGUSTA, GA. – More than 75 educators attended an information session for the upcoming series of STEAM education workshops: “Laying Tracks: A Foundation for Integrative STEM/STEAM Instruction.”

Dr. Zach Kelehear, dean of the College of Education, welcomed educators from Aiken, Richmond, Columbia,Jefferson,Lincoln, McDuffie and Washington-Wilkes school districts. Dr. Ashley Gess, professor of education, gave a talk and presentation about the year-long, three-part workshop with follow-up through December of 2017 that will help educators build a foundational classroom of critical thinking and inquiry learning that will support not only STEM/STEAM instruction, but improve engagement across all subjects.

Click here to enjoy photos from the session.

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