Airwolf 3D is coming back to the Anaheim Convention Center for the 2016 California STEM Symposium from October 9th through 11th. At the 2016 California STEM Symposium you can expect inspiring keynote speakers, their biggest Makerspace to date, engaging curriculum and classroom practices for California’s updated standards, including the Next Generation Science Standards, hands-on learning and student demonstrations.
Early Bird Registration to attend ends April 30th! Register Now before rates go up on May 1st.
• Diversity, Girls, and Inclusion in STEM
• California’s Updated Standards: Common Core and the Next Generation Science Standards
• Business, Community, and Post-Secondary Partnerships
• STEM Learning Across Disciplines
• STEM in Out-Of-School/Expanded Learning and Pathways
• STEM and the Arts
• Leadership in STEM
To be effective, California’s endeavors to improve schools and raise student accomplishment must incorporate propelling our student’s comprehension of STEM: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Through STEM education, students learn to become problem solvers, innovators, creators, and collaborators and go on to fill the critical pipeline of engineers, scientists, and innovators so fundamental to the future of California and the nation.
Sunday, October 9th, 2016 – Tuesday, October 11, 2016
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave
Anaheim, California 92802
Want to host your own 3D Printer Maker Challenge?
Airwolf 3D can help your educational organization create a powerful STEM learning experience and empower students in your neighborhood! We will provide valuable resources to get you started, a blueprint to follow, and some help along the way. Click here to learn more about hosting your own 3D Printer Competition for Students.
If you are interested in replicating a similar STEM experience in your school district, please contact Airwolf 3D to learn more about our training for teachers, quantity pricing, and sponsorship of cash prizes. You can contact us at (949) 478-2933 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.