STEM Teaching Workshop: Controlling the Real World – Arduino Programming NYC

Announcement: STEM Teaching Workshop: Controlling the Real World – Arduino Programming Sunday, May 18, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Reserve your seat: http://stemtnycmay18.eventbrite.com

WHERE: Columbia Teachers College, 525 West 120 St., New York, NY (#1 train to West 116th St/Columbia Univ., or M4, M5, M11, M60, or M104 buses to West 120th St.)

COST: $12.00 plus reservation fee (receipts & certificates available)

WHO SHOULD COME?

  • STEAM (Science-Tech-Engineering-Art-Math) teachers especially those interested in creative, engaging uses of technology.
  • Students studying STEAM (Science-Tech-Engineering-Art-Math), especially prospective teachers.

CAPACITY: limited to 30 participants. WORKSHOP LEADERS: Dov Kruger (Ad Astra Education) & Megan Harris-Linton Zacks (Yeshiva University High School for Boys, Manhattan) ORGANIZER: Fernand Brunschwig, Math, Sci. & Tech. Dept., Columbia Teachers College