STEM Global Educator Workshop
January 30 @ 8:45 am - 12:00 pm
Join fellow STEM educators for Washington Global Health Alliance’s virtual STEM Global Educator Workshop. This interactive and engaging session is designed to give you free activities and curriculum resources centered around COVID-19 to integrate into your virtual classrooms. The workshop sessions will feature activities tailored for high school curriculum standards. All materials have been adapted for remote teaching settings.
What you’ll do as a participant?
- Earn three Washington State STEM clock hours
- Participate in activities aligned with Next Generation Science Standards to help you teach about COVID-19.
- Get global health curriculum and resources to engage your students.
- Boost your knowledge of Washington’s global health community and career opportunities for your students.
Who Should Attend: STEM educators (workshop content will be geared toward high school science courses).
Learn more: Explore other STEM Global resources for teachers and students on our website.
Contact Angi Ramos, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
8:45 am – Welcome, WGHA
8:50 am – Why Contemporary Science Topics?
- Kristen Bergsman, Laughing Crow Curriculum
9:00 am – Overview of STEM Global Curriculum Resources
- NWABR, Code Cracking
- IHME, Data Driven
- PacSci, Vaccine Delivery
- Fred Hutch, Diagnostic Detective – COVID
- PATH, Drone Drop
9:30 am – Virtual STEM Activity
- Health Inequities and COVID-19 with Fred Hutch
10:15 am – Mini session: Data Visualization
- Using COVID-19 Projection Tools with IHME
10:30 am – Break
10:45 am – Virtual STEM Activity
- COVID-19: In Context with Gates Foundation Discovery Center, drawing connections between individual and collective experiences of COVID-19
11:50 am: Reflection: Taking STEM Global to students virtually
12:00 pm: Closing
This training is offered with the generous support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and our partners: Fred Hutch, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation and The Bill and Melinda Gates Discovery Center.