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Thursday, November 6 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Keeping Them in STEM: Strategies for retention of females in STEM programs LIMITED

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During this session, educators will learn some of the hidden signals today’s society sends girls in science, math, and technology in addition to discovering the ways society unintentionally discourages girls from careers in STEM. Elaine Plybon will reveal strategies for overcoming the underrepresentation of females in STEM careers, including awareness of research-based theories such as stereotype threat and attribution theory. Participants will learn how to develop action plans for a campus to increase recruitment, retention, and achievement for girls in STEM fields and walk away with the first steps toward making a change in their own school.

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Elaine Plybon

Learning Coordinator - CTE and Virtual Learning, Keller ISD
I have experienced many facets of education, including teaching high school sciences, online speech and Chemistry, serving as an instructional technology specialist and instructional coach, and I consult to develop and write online courses for pre-service teachers. My personal goal is to learn always and share often. I am a Discovery Education Guru (Class of 2012) and was named as one of the 20 to Watch Education Technology Leaders by the... Read More →

Thursday November 6, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am

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