DFW MiniCAST 2022
DFW MiniCAST is an affiliate STAT conference that offers an amazing opportunity to learn from your colleagues and thought leaders. This year will be a virtual conference supporting science teachers and leaders. Register now!
Access the MiniCAST Schedule
The MiniCAST 2022 schedule is available online. In order to protect the environment and keep costs low, we will be using a session website instead of sending paper programs to every attendee. This prevents 166 kg of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere just in not making paper!
Live session links have been emailed to registered attendees.
Dave Burgess - New York Times Best-Selling author of Teach Like a PIRATE
Join New York Times Best-Selling author Dave Burgess for a high-energy, entertaining, and inspirational program that will transform the way you look at your role as an educator. Learn how to dramatically increase student engagement, design wildly creative lessons, and build a course that is a life-changing experience for your students.
Dr. Stephen Fleenor - Educational Consultant, Seidlitz Education
Dr. Stephen Fleenor is a scientist-turned-educator who is inspired by the principles of sheltered instruction and growth mindset, particularly in the advancement of academic language in content-area classrooms. As a Content Developer at Seidlitz Education, Dr. Fleenor drives development of language-rich resources for content-area teachers, including production of instructional technologies.
Date: February 26, 2022
Time: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Time: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Session 1 8-9 AM - Choice Sessions
Session 2 9-10 AM - Featured Speaker Dave Burgess
Session 3 10-11 AM - Choice & Spotlight Session - TEA will present on new STAAR Question Item Types
Session 4 11 AM-12 PM - Featured Speaker Stephen Fleenor
Session 5 12-1 PM - Choice Sessions
MiniCAST is a regional conference, affiliated with STAT, which takes place during the course of one day in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It is a one-day version of STAT’s Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching. Presentations are related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and is attended by science teachers, administrators, supervisors, and vendors.
MiniCAST is brought you by the DFW Science Supervisors with the support of our generous partners
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