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  • Welcome - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    adore the diversity of perspectives we encounter at the conference within a consistent context of thoughtfulness Both years we have attended have been fabulous and we have left excited and inspired to take new ideas back to our context to share with teachers at BJS and our partner schools in the Boulder Denver community Lauren Alex Boulder Journey School Boulder CO Special thanks for organizing and seeing to fruition another fabulous conference It was a dazzling success and learned so much Susan your remarks about your own questioning of the role of technology was a perfect way to frame the conference I also really enjoyed listening to the panel and Chip was a change agent for me I also loved the researchers who presented too nice to have a variety of tracks for different levels of interest and tops With tremendous appreciation for all you do Dr Carrie Rothstein Fisch Professor Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling California State University Northridge Thank you thank you thank you for the wonderful conference As you can imagine I attend quite a few events but this one was exceptional It was big enough to have plenty going on but not so big as to be overwhelming The care and attention to detail was impressive Kudos to Veronica and the team Trevor Wiser Community Playthings Thank you for your part in putting together the ECSTEM Conference I enjoyed all of the classes I attended and the Hall of Inquiry was excellent This was truly a wonderful opportunity for learning and networking Beth M Odom Children s Home Society of California To download the ECSTEM Conference program CLICK HERE Check out the article Science Technology Engineering and Math Education for Early Childhood written by Pasadena Idependent CLICK HERE To view your registration print a recipet

    Original URL path: http://ecstem.caltech.edu/ (2016-02-15)
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  • About - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    challenges of tomorrow it is increasingly important that they have developmentally appropriate inclusive and culturally sensitive approaches in science technology engineering and mathematics STEM Yet meeting the needs of an economically ethically and socially diverse student population especially for the youngest of learners is challenging And so the Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics ECSTEM Conference was born Our goal is to tackle the challenges facing early childhood educators regarding STEM curriculum and instruction to address the implication for early childhood pedagogy and ultimately to initiate a national movement focusing on STEM education for children ages birth to eight As the shortage of professionals in STEM fields is heading to crisis levels in the US and California we must act now to change the direction of the future for our children and for our communities To accomplish this goal we are gathering early childhood practitioners researchers business leaders policymakers and trusted educators to collectively develop a plan to train early childhood educators to provide the highest quality STEM opportunities for our children spreading awareness of the importance of STEM skills to families and involving them in the process We want to enlist those with like minds who understand these

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  • ECSTEM Articles - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    ECSTEM Articles The ECSTEM Conference Children s Center at Caltech featured in ECSTEM related news Pasadena Independent KPCC broadcast Marketplace article EdSource article Eye on Early Education article Daily Pilot article Design Build Children s Center at Caltech article The

    Original URL path: http://ecstem.caltech.edu/ECSTEMARTICLES (2016-02-15)
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  • Professional Development Division - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    workshops we have formed a Professional Development Division PDD that arranges tours on site visits and workshops at the CCC Force and Motion with an Emphasis on Spatial Awareness An Investigation with Infants Infants are curious learners They enjoy investigating and exploring how materials and their bodies fit into different spaces This workshop will give an insight into how force and motion was implemented into a curriculum for infants and will showcase ideas for you classroom Saturday March 19th 2016 9am 12pm The Children s Center at Caltech Presenter Amanda Lawson CCC Educator To attend click here for form Sewing Weaving and Visual Patterning Sewing stitching and weaving can be done with toddlers and preschoolers Particpants will understand the process of introducing basic concepts of sewing to young children and how it relates to literacy and math With activities from looms hand stitching quilts pillows and more teachers will be inspired with ways to bring ideas back to their classrooms Saturday April 9th 2016 9am 12pm The Children s Center at Caltech Presenters Olivia Garcia CCC Educator Veronica Dayag STEM Curriculum Coordinator To attend click here for form Light and Shadow From Toddlers to Preschool Join us as we look

    Original URL path: http://ecstem.caltech.edu/workshops (2016-02-15)
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  • Venue - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    Registration Exhibitors Sponsors Supporters Gallery Presenter Materials Venue Lodging Neighborhood Venue The 2016 ECSTEM Conference February 4 6 in Pasadena Hilton Pasadena 168 South Los Robles Avenue Pasadena CA 91101 626 577 1000 Map and Schedule coming soon log in

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  • Call for Presentations / Proposals - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    diverse components that emerge from STEM education Being held at the Hilton Pasadena on February 4 th 6 th we aim to promote and increase awareness of the importance of introducing STEM education in early childhood birth through eight years Proposal requirements Must relate to early childhood STEM education Be research based or evidence based Relate to target audience of educators practitioners administrators or leaders of the early childhood community Must be focused on the following foundations standards California Preschool Learning Foundations Head Start Learning Framework Common Core or Next Generation Science Standards Relate to the following approach philosophy Constructivism Project Approach High Scope Reggio Froebel Montessori or Research Possible workshop topics Earth Science rocks and minerals water soil climate weather etc Life Science plants animals insects humans habitats etc Physical Science matter force and motion simple machines energy etc Technology robots circuits switches light etc Engineering structures models woodworking wire working etc Mathematics measurement numerals numbers patterns games data graphs etc Observation implementation documentation exploration discovery investigation etc Anything STEM related To submit a proposal Please complete and return the presenter form no later than Friday July 31 2015 You can return the presenter form via email fill out

    Original URL path: http://ecstem.caltech.edu/Presenters (2016-02-15)
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  • Schedule - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    Registration Exhibitors Sponsors Supporters Gallery Presenter Materials Schedule Thursday Schedule Friday Schedule Saturday Schedule Schedule Get the most out of the conference by planning which workshops to attend DOWNLOAD CONFERENCE PROGRAM HERE Thursday Schedule Friday Schedule Saturday Schedule log in

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  • Registration Information - Caltech Early Childhood Science Technology Engineering Math Conference
    x x x x x x x 1 day 235 295 x x x x x x x Student Rates 2 day 120 120 x x x x x x x 1 day 80 80 x x x x x x x Additional Options registration required Special Thursday Evening Event Reception 50 Tours Friday February 4th and Saturday February 5th 20 each Friday February 4th The Huntington Library Botanical Gardens and Art Collections includes workshop 50 attendees max 20 The Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens is please to host a workshop Seeds Soils and Surprises at their site for the 2016 Early Childhood STEM Conference They look forward to participating in this critical conversation with the field s finest professionals For more information about the workshop please visit www seedsoilandsurprises org Saturday February 5th The Children s Center at Caltech 50 attendees max 20 The Children s Center at Catlech CCC has been serving children six months through five years of age The CCC is a non profitorganization and is a national leader in STEM Early Childhood Education The CCC developed a STEM based curriculum that utilizes a constructivist approach to plan and implement an inquiry based learning program In addition the CCC conducts professional development workshops on and offsite You will receive a complete tour of all 9 classrooms infant to preschool our award winning science lab and our beautiful outdoor environment For more information about The Children s Center at Caltech please visit www childrenscenteratcaltech org Hall of Inquiry 20 The Hall of Inquiry is a space where vendors exhibitors valuable resources and a model teaching lab to explore is available for participants to see This is included with your registration however educators can purchase a solo tour of the Hall of Inquiry without registration of

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