PASCD Conference: Making a Digital Salad

Photo by Norton Gusky

Photo by Norton Gusky

Focus for Presentation:

Learners need to see connections in order to make meaning out of experiences. Using a STEAM fabric South Fayette, Fort Cherry, and the Manchester Academic Charter School have found a variety of ways to develop a systemic K-12 program around computational thinking that engages students in problem-based learning. Discover how three very diverse schools have collaborated to meet the needs of their learners. Hear from two administrators, a teacher/administrator, and a Board member how the South Fayette STEAM Fusion Thinking model has scaled and impacted inner city and rural students in the Pittsburgh region. Learn about sustainable gardening projects that lay the seeds for an entrepreneurial mindset.

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