Presented by Jennifer Horner Miller


Jennifer Horner Miller is the district instructional technologist for the Dublin ISD in Dublin, Texas. Jennifer was instrumental in implementing a district K12 1:1 technology initiative funded by a Texas Education Agency Connection Grant. In addition to providing professional development to all teachers, Jennifer oversees an offsite curriculum located across several of Dublin's community museums, and is co-author of NASA's MMS (Magnetospheric MultiScale Mission) 2014 Challenge, which targets grade six through grade eight students with real-world weather challenges.


10 Practical Tips for Integrating STEAM into your Curriculum

Thursday, March 14th at 4PM Eastern Time
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Applied, real world Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) lessons and activities can promote critical thinking, authentic problem-solving and cross-curricular connections that motivate students and engage them in the learning process. When these activities take place within a global, collaborative context, students benefit additionally from cross-cultural connections. Participation in extended learning communities erases the boundaries of geography, language, culture, ethnicity and socio-economic status. 

In our community's next webinar, district instructional technologist Jennifer Horner Miller will explore what teachers can do both in the everyday classroom and in special projects, such as STEAM camps, to engage students, involve them in higher-order project-based learning activities, and also help them develop the global perspectives required for the 21st-century workforce. Join Jennifer on March 14th for strategies and tactics for integrating STEAM into your curriculum.