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STEM & Computer Science Funding Options
Finding funding for STEM and computer science can be challenging but rewarding for you and your students if you know where to look and how to apply! In this 45 minute webinar, we’ll learn from Teacher & Gifted-Enrichment Specialist, Marilyn Williams, and Coordinator of Innovative Programs, Maria Duel, who have in-depth insight on the types of STEM funding available and how to get it. Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge to better equip your classroom with the tools you need to help your students succeed.

One live attendee will be selected to win a Sphero BOLT as well. Space is limited, register today!

May 11, 2021 03:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Marilyn Williams
Teacher/Gifted-Enrichment Specialist @Tavan Elementary School
Marilyn Williams is a Teacher & Gifted-Enrichment Specialist in Scottsdale Unified School District. She has 17 years of experience as an educator in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona and 15 years of experience as a Gifted-Enrichment Specialist. From 2008 - 2020 Marilyn has been awarded 8 grants totaling over $152K.
Maria Deuel
Coordinator of Innovative Programs @Mesa County Valley School District 51
Maria is the Coordinator of Innovative Programs in Mesa County Valley School District. She has twelve years of experience teaching high school science and two years serving as the K-12 science specialist. Maria’s work focuses on implementing problem-based learning at STEM sites, strengthening the K-12 computer science curriculum, expanding outdoor learning opportunities for all learners, and supporting various programs such as the Science and Engineering Fair, FIRST Robotics, and Advanced Placement Mock Exam Reading.
Layne Rainey
Education Consultant and Education Partnerships Manager @Sphero
Layne has been working as an Education Consultant and Education Partnerships Manager since 2008 helping schools and school districts implement robotics and STEM programs. His main focus has been to travel and provide hands-on workshops to educators to help them see and understand how computer science and robotics can be used to engage students in all subject areas.