Friday, May 31, 2019
8:00 to 3:30
This is a 1-day professional development opportunity for K-12 teachers. The event is free if you simply want to attend and learn. If you would like to receive 1 graduate credit the cost is $40. Earning graduate credit involves attending the 1-day event and then completing some follow up activities. If you've attended STEAM Camp in the past and earned graduate credit, you can do it again. The sessions are different and you'll have the opportunity to learn new things for your classroom.
Check out #DSUSTEAMCamp for updates on this year's event.
updated: Wed, April 8, 2019
Dyane Smokorowski is the 2013 Kansas Teacher of the Year, a 2019 National Teacher Hall of Fame inductee, and is currently serving as an Instructional Technology Coach in the Andover Public Schools in Andover, KS. Mrs. Smoke, as she’s known to her students, believes in a project-based, student-centered classroom that helps students build skills in communication, planning, research, and project implementation. Additionally, Dyane thrives on the mission to create active and engaging teacher professional learning opportunities. She wants her students and teachers to develop a love for innovation, communication, and technology, but also to understand how to use that love and passion to advance their own futures, as well as that of the global community.