MEDB Women In Technology is pleased to announce the above professional development opportunity. HI_STEM_CONF_PD_2017
- Dates: May 1-2, 2017 (Monday & Tuesday)
- Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Venue: Hawai’i Convention Center in Honolulu
- REG FEE: $50 per day non-refundable registration fee
- SESSIONS: Session Tracks A, B, and C options available both days.
Teacher Session Descriptions_2017
Educators may register to attend either the Monday, May 1st session, the Tuesday, May 2nd session, or both May 1-2 sessions (please register twice if attending both days to select session track choices). The non-refundable registration fee of $50 per day will include morning coffee and lunch.
- REQUIRED: Laptop and a mouse (NOTE: VR Google/Thinglink session requires a Smartphone AND a laptop or iPad)
LIMITED SEATS: Registration is first-come, first-served.
REGISTER HERE: STEM Conference PD registration
(If paying Event Registration by PO, please select “Pay by Invoice” and immediately submit the PO to email@example.com.)
HOTEL: Special rates available at the Ala Moana Hotel for Hawaii STEM Conference (HSC) attendees. Secure a room now by calling 1-866-733-6420 as HSC special rates are limited. Please notify the reservationist that you are attending the Hawaii STEM Conference and if you need to pay with a DOE Purchase Order, if applicable.
Questions? Contact Denissa Andrade at 808-270-6805 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Two PD opportunities are being offered this summer fo SkillsUSA Advisors, including interested IET teachers.
SkillsUSA Carpentry & CEP-PDP Workshop
Stay tuned: They are working on PD credits, or stipends, for participants.
- Chapter Excellence Program Workshop, July 24-25, 2017
- Carpentry Workshop, July 26-28, 2017
“The Chapter Excellence Program/PDP Workshop will be introducing the NEW PDP and CEP program that will be released this fall. You will have the privilege of previewing new programs not yet released. You also have the privilege of having a trainer directly from SkillsUSA.”
Both workshops will be conducted at the Hawaii Carpenter’s Union Training Center in Honolulu.
Please contact Mike Barros <Michael_Barros@notes.k12.hi.us> for more information.
Improve your FOCUS?
Increase your CONCENTRATION?
Increase your RECALL?
Increase and improve your long term MEMORY?
Increase your ability to truly LISTEN rather than simply hear?
Focus.Study Plan Wkshop Islandwide Flyer
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What’s not to like!? Register for this workshop, presented by Jon Sabati, Tech Coordinator for Konawaena Middle School!
- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 5:30—6:30 PM
- HawCC-Pālamanui PANINI Building (B-126, 127)
- HawCC (Manono Campus) Cafeteria, via live video-conference
RSVP is requested. Contact Carrie Kuwada Phipps to RSVP or for more information:
This is a garden-based learning program for Hawai‘i schools. This program supports schools in creating and sustaining a garden-based ecoliteracy program by strengthening teachers’ teaching/learning practices by connecting them to a strong community of like-minded colleagues.
School Garden Teacher Training Program
Two programs offered this summer:
- HAWAI‘I ISLAND June 5–8, 2017: Hawai‘i Academy of Arts and Science, Pāhoa
- O‘AHU July 24–27, 2017: Waikīkī Elementary School, Honolulu
For the first time ever in Hawai`i, CTE teachers can participate in externships in their respective career pathways. Great opportunity to refresh your skills and knowledge, or acquire new skill sets in our rapidly changing society. Externship for CTE Teachers
- A total of 25 teachers will be selected to participate.
- Application period open from now until May 31, 2017.
- A stipend of $1,500 will be provided to each teacher selected.
Application form on the HSTA website: CTE Summer Business Externship Application
For more information on this new initiative, visit this link: C2C: Connect to Careers
For yet more information on CTE! Hawai`i’s CTE Program
Heads up on the 2017 conference: it will be held in Honolulu on May 1-2.
It will be an exciting two-day experience for all participants: breakout sessions for both students and teachers, as well as on-site STEM competitions.
Stay tuned for more information. Better yet, register to get the information directly from the organizers:
Through the efforts of Leeward Community College’s Assistant Professor for Business Warren Kawano and Dean of CTE Ron Umehiro, the Hawaii Association of Career & Technical Education (HI ACTE) is once again affiliated with the national body. What does this connection mean? HI ACTE members will have access “to the national association’s extensive professional development resources, public policy advocacy and leadership opportunities. The partnership will strengthen ACTE’s ability to connect with CTE stakeholders in Hawaii, and give HI ACTE members a louder voice in national policy discussions.”
Association for Career & Technical Education
To start off, HI ACTE is coordinating a Statewide CTE conference on November 9, 2017. Early Bird registration (by July 31, 2017) is $75/person; $100/person afterwards.
Neighbor Island participants will receive air and ground support through the Office of the State Director of Career & Technical Education (OSDCTE). Stay tuned for more details.
Hawaii ACTE Conference 2017 – Save the Date2