PSU educators and students joined more than 300 educators and students who gathered in Branson, Mo., this past fall for the third annual International STEM Education Association (ISEA) Conference. The conference featured a variety of STEM-related sessions and activities aimed at advancing the attendees’ understanding of how to teach STEM principles to students.
“The idea behind the conference is to put current and future educators in a single location where they can network and learn about new ways to integrate STEM topics into the curriculum they teach or will teach,” said Mike Neden, assistant professor of technology education at Pitt State and ISEA conference chair.