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Career & Technical Education Equity Council
Career & Technical Education Equity Council

Join us for five workshops on strategies for increasing the diversity of the science, technology,
engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce at the CTEEC conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 13 & 14, presented by CEO of the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, Mimi Lufkin, and STEM Consultant, Meagan Ross.

The schedule of the STEM workshop strand is as follows:

Thursday, September 13, 2012
10:45-11:45: The STEM Equity Pipeline™—Creating a Positive School Climate, M. Lufkin
2:15-3:15: STEM Pathways for All Students, M. Ross (abstract below)
3:45-4:45: Linking STEM Careers to Student Work Values, M. Ross (abstract below)

Friday, September 14, 2012
9:00-10:00: Micromessaging to Reach and Teach Every Student™, M. Lufkin
10:30-11:30: STEM Mentors—Using Technology to Bring STEM Role Models Into Your Classroom, M. Lufkin

PDF FLYERS FOR DOWNLOAD

Download the Invitation Flyer: 2012 CTEEC Flyer

Download the STEM Strand Abtracts: CTEEC Conference STEM Strand 2012

STEM Pathways for All Students

Presented by Meagan Ross, Consultant, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity

Join us for an interactive and collaborative session to:
1) Discover how essential STEM careers are to our health, happiness, and safety;
2) Investigate the demand for creative collaborators in STEM careers; and
3) Illustrate how STEM careers make a world of difference.
The objective of this session is to increase your awareness of the breadth of opportunities in STEM careers for all students, and prepare you to share these opportunities using positive language that is attractive to students.
Linking STEM Careers to Student Work Values
Presented by Meagan Ross, Consultant, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity

Join us for an interactive and collaborative session to:
1) Explore the four key work values;
2) Connect STEM careers to student work values; and
3) Develop a strategy for engaging students and advocating for careers in STEM.
The objective of this session is to introduce a framework for guiding STEM career conversations and interactions based on work values, and prepare you to counsel students using language that is attractive to students.

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