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STEM resources lead to real-world learning
2:30 PM | Monday, Nov 14 | Room: A 216
Rocky River City shares how Trane Technologies’ BTU Crew’s project- and work-based learning resources connect your science classrooms with engaging, hands-on STEM opportunities for career awareness, exploration and training. Learn how this interactive and interdisciplinary program gives students in grades four-12 an opportunity to work with high-tech industry tools to analyze your schools’ energy data.
Topics: Career pathways, Instruction
Moderator: , ,
Bill Nelson, educator in residence, Trane Technologies
Sam Gifford, executive director of human resources, Rocky River City
Megan Phillips, K-12 resource consultant, Trane Technologies
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