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STANYS - Science Teachers Association of New York State


Stop by Booth #60 and learn more about our K-12 STEM curricula, including IQWST® and PBIS® for MS science, and several leading HS math, science and engineering curricula. Our project-based, investigation-centered, and literacy-rich programs immerse students in rigorous learning environments, in which their original questions and everyday experiences are central to standards-based, 3D learning.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Workshops Offered

Gary Curts, Professional Development Facilitator - HS Science

Gary Curts, Professional Development Facilitator - HS Science

STEM in the Middle School Classroom? It's Easy!
Saturday, November 4,  1:45 - 2:45 p.m.

CTLE Approved: Project-Based Inquiry Science is a curriculum that seamlessly inserts and uses STEM ideas to teach major science concepts and tenets in your classroom. PBIS strengthens and hones 21st century skills with your students via project-based learning principles while actively engaging every student.
Presenter: Gary Curts

Project-Based Learning + NGSS = Active Physics
Sunday, November 5, 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. 

CTLE Approved: Develop a sport for the moon, create a light and sound show to entertain your friends or design and build an improved safety device for a car. Project-Based Learning motivates students and challenges them to apply their physics knowledge. The PBL lessons can simultaneously reflect the three dimensions of NGSS. Our AP has been incredibly successful in schools across the county and is now being adapted overseas. Come join in the amazing experience of Active Physics!
Presenter: Gary Curts

Engineering the Future, a Practical Approach to STEM for High School
Sunday, November 5 11:00 a.m. - 12 noon

CTLE Approved: STEM, it's a real need and Engineering the Future is a real answer. Learn how Engineering the Future's four, real-world projects give students an opportunity to see how engineering is part of their everyday world.
Presenter: Gary Curts