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Green school buildings make sustainability and environmental science real in a way that helps students understand their roles in the natural world.
Faced with a lack of school lab space and a need for more in-depth medical imaging, district leaders and science educators have been seeking alternatives to real animal dissections in class.
Schools from Collier County Public (Florida), McHenry School District 15 (Illinois) and Anglophone East School District Hillsborough (New Brunswick, Canada) take top honors at FETC.
“Mr. Fascinate” channeled his “inner nerd” to encourage embracing tools and approaches that connect with Gen Z students.
“Mr. Fascinate” discusses engaging Gen Z in STEM, motivating educators and improving equity in STEM.
Attendees got their hands dirty with high-tech and low-tech creations offered by a Kennesaw State service, iTeach, for teachers and students.
Baltimore County Public Schools and Pinellas County Schools were honored for their innovative initiatives that have improved student learning outcomes.
Some FETC educators were treated to a day outside of the session rooms and visited Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ leading programs, including MAST Academy, a maritime-focused, grades 6 through 12 school on the shores of Biscayne Bay.
LRP Media Group, a recognized leader in the special education publishing industry, has released a second edition of Academic and Behavioral Interventions That Work for Students With Autism. The 2019 […]
Girls Take Flight program aims to diversify the students who earn FAA remote pilot certificates on their way to becoming drone operators.
FETC 2020 will feature The Computer Science "Firehose," a special event for educators exploring successful strategies and trends in computer science education via an unrestricted flow of presentations and data out of one huge nozzle.
FETC 2020 attendees will have the opportunity to tour many different schools at the forefront of ed tech in the Miami area.