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Oct 20 - Oct 26, 2013

  • Monday

    Oct
    20
    Lewis Grizzard
    Today in Georgia History: Lewis Grizzard
    • GPB Events:  Georgia STEM Forum in Athens
      The STEM Forum is the first in the state to bring K-12 CTAE, math, and science teachers together for a conference.
    • Georgia STEM Forum in Athens

      The Georgia Department of Education in sponsorship with the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Resource Network is hosting The Georgia STEM Forum in Athens, Ga at The Classic Center October 20-21, 2014.

      Register for it here.

      The STEM Forum is the first in the state to bring K-12 CTAE, math, and science teachers together under the same roof for an educational conference. If schools send teams of CTAE, math, and science teachers then local CTAE funds can be used to fund their attendance.
      The Forum will address five strands to assist schools with developing powerful STEM curricula:

      > Increasing participation of women and minorities in STEM

      > STEM Project, Problem, or Place-Based Education

      > Integrated STEM instruction

      > Increasing rigor and relevance in STEM

      > Business/Community/Post-Secondary Partnerships

      > Effective STEM technology integration

  • Tuesday

    Oct
    21
    Henry Grady
    Today in Georgia History: Henry Grady
    • GPB Events:  Georgia STEM Forum in Athens
      The STEM Forum is the first in the state to bring K-12 CTAE, math, and science teachers together for a conference.
    • Georgia STEM Forum in Athens

      The Georgia Department of Education in sponsorship with the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Resource Network is hosting The Georgia STEM Forum in Athens, Ga at The Classic Center October 20-21, 2014.

      Register for it here.

      The STEM Forum is the first in the state to bring K-12 CTAE, math, and science teachers together under the same roof for an educational conference. If schools send teams of CTAE, math, and science teachers then local CTAE funds can be used to fund their attendance.
      The Forum will address five strands to assist schools with developing powerful STEM curricula:

      > Increasing participation of women and minorities in STEM

      > STEM Project, Problem, or Place-Based Education

      > Integrated STEM instruction

      > Increasing rigor and relevance in STEM

      > Business/Community/Post-Secondary Partnerships

      > Effective STEM technology integration

  • Wednesday

    Oct
    22
    Howard Finster
    Today in Georgia History: Howard Finster
  • Thursday

    Oct
    23
    Cumberland Island
    Today in Georgia History: Cumberland Island
  • Friday

    Oct
    24
    James Brown
    Today in Georgia History: James Brown
    • United Nations Day
  • Saturday

    Oct
    25
    George II
    Today in Georgia History: George II
  • Sunday

    Oct
    26
    Muhammad Ali
    Today in Georgia History: Muhammad Ali