The Dayton Regional STEM School will be hosting the third annual Project: WRIGHT (When Real-World Innovation Guides High-Quality Teaching) Symposium on November 4, 2016.
The Symposium will provide space for a diverse community of teachers, students, school leaders and researchers to come together and share best practices while encouraging innovative educational reform.
Early-bird registration is $20 (must register before October 22).
Beginning on October 22, registration is $30. Registration costs include a catered lunch.
Registration costs are waived for symposium presenters, teachers & administrators of other STEM schools, and Wright State University students.
Attendees will receive a certificate verifying that they have earned Continuing Education Units for attending and/or presenting.
Graduate credit is also available through Wright State University for an additional $150.
To stay connected and informed, like the DRSS Training Center Facebook Page, where you can see pictures from our 2015 Symposium.