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Posted May 16, 2016

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CTE/STEM Pathways Conference: Registration Deadline/May 20th

The New Mexico Public Education Department College and Career Readiness Bureau, along with the New Mexico State University Colleges of Engineering and Education, are pleased to invite you to participate in a unique, professional development program.
Making the Connection is designed to empower high-school teachers to create a team-based educational pathway that integrates CTE and STEM education to prepare students with the mindset and skills required for future opportunities. Teachers will be given the tools and guidance to transform the student learning experience through an agile strategic-doing process supported by collaborative teaching, strategies for leveraging resources and mentorship from post-secondary partners.

Participants will work in teams to assess their institution’s current offerings, design a unique strategy for change, and institute a collaborative pathway for transformation. Teams will be guided in the development of individualized models for integration between CTE and STEM core courses that will lead to team-based milestones.
Teams of one CTE Teacher in areas related to Engineering, Health Sciences, or Computer Science; one counterpart in Math or Science; and postsecondary CTE Counterpart.  The members of the team need to be identified prior to registering at    
Time and space is limited – register today!

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