Engage Your Students with the History of STEM: A Free Webinar on Using REACH in the Classroom
Attention teachers! Are you looking to bring the societal and humanistic context of technology to life in your STEM lessons? Join us for a free webinar on 15 December from 4pm to 5pm EST, where you will learn about the IEEE REACH program and its inquiry-designed, standards-aligned lesson plans.
During the webinar, Dr. Michael Geselowitz, Sr. Director of the IEEE History Center and Ph.D. historian, will guide you through the REACH program and show you how to use its resources to encourage your students to think critically about technology and its relationship to society, culture, economics, and politics.
At the end of the webinar, you will have access to a variety of lesson plans, primary sources, hands-on activities, and short engaging videos that you can use immediately in your classroom. You will also gain valuable advice on how the history of technology can enhance learning across the curriculum and engage a wide variety of students.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an expert and expand your teaching resources. Please share this event with your colleagues who may be interested. We look forward to seeing you there!