Share Paper: Interactive STEM for Teacher Education in Online and Remote Settings

  1. Laurie O. Campbell, University of Central Florida, United States
  2. Samantha Heller, University of Central Florida, United States

Abstract: With the demands of flexible learning (delivering instruction in multiple modalities) during the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 educators, and teacher educators have expressed a need for STEM instructional activities that support their learners, especially in online and remote environments. During this interactive workshop, designed for teacher educators, participants will engage in several online interactive STEM activities that can be immediately introduced to pre-service and in-service educators. Some of the activities can be applied across all disciplinary content areas. Attendees of the workshop will receive access to digital plans and resources.