Professional Dev.
Instruction with a highly qualified educator

Building a bridge using engineering concepts.

Circuit Game Activity
Young Makers
 Summer Academy 
From idea to prototype
recorded in the 
 student journal.
Create, Innovate

Professional Development
Administrators,Teachers and Paraprofessionals

For information about upcoming institutes,

Successful Practices for Inclusive K-16
 Stem Education In California Schools

The California Science Project -Collaborating for Effective STEM Education
A state-wide conference presented by the
 California Science Project
 in partnership with the 
California Mathematics Project;
 California State University Chancellors Office;
 University of California Office of the President; 
California STEM Learning Network;
California After School Network;
Kremen School of Education and Human Development,  Lyles College of Engineering, the College of Science and Mathematics at Fresno State;
 Fresno County Office of Education;
Tulare County Office of Education.

Pre-conference May 9, 2013 - STEM School Visitations
Engineering Open House @ Fresno State University - May 11, 2013

May 9 - STEM School Visits:      $45.00
May 10 - Conference:                   $55.00
May 11 - Engineering Open House
@Fresno State University:          No Cost

The STEM Learning in Action Conference will showcase successful K-16 STEM education practices featuring exemplary STEM classroom teachers, STEM-focused school models, out-of-school STEM resources, and promising practices for undergraduate STEM preparation.  Special attention will be given to how these practices support instruction using Common Core State Standards, the K-12 Science Framework, and Next Generation Science Standards.  The transformative experience will weave together theory and practice to motivate, inspire, and engage participants in the process of taking action and improving K-16 STEM education for all students.

STEM Learning In Action encourages superintendents, teachers, parents, business and industry leaders, IHE faculty, community college faculty, after school educators, and community members to network and learn how California can engage key stakeholders in this critical dialogue about inclusive STEM education and workforce readiness.

Call for Presenters:  Teachers, School Leaders, STEM Faculty and Informal STEM Educators are encouraged to submit your proposals for presentations and engaging conversations that focus on successful practices in inclusive STEM education.  Presenters will receive partial support. 
Go to

Deadline:  Midnight April 6, 2013
Contact:  Jerry Valadez, Conference Chair at:


The Association of Mexican American Educators
El Fuego Nuevo

46th State AMAE Conference
"Educating Students For A World of Opportunities"

Holiday Inn 
5090 E. Clinton 
Fresno, CA  93727

Friday, November 2, 2012
Saturday, November 3, 2012

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