Connect for Success 2016 STEM Survival Guide

Connect for Success is one of Ohio’s biggest education conferences and we’ll be there. Monday and Tuesday, the conference will bring together 1,000+ educators for 140+ sessions.

Battelle Education, which manages this network, sponsored a track for STEM. If you’re coming to Connect for Success to find ways of bringing STEM to your students, we’ve got you covered.


Take a look at our STEM track sessions for Monday and Tuesday using this flipbook. See a session you like? Mark it down in your program so you don’t miss out on the fun.

Conference organizer Battelle For Kids also puts together a powerful app with sessions and locations, access it here.

STEM Speakers on Twitter

You can connect with our speakers on Twitter. For your tweets, use #2016CFS to join the conversation.

Andrea Zaph @andreazaph
Andrew Beane @abeane22
Annie Hanson @osln_akronhub
Becky Ashe @BeckyAshe
Ben Schulcz @BSchulcz
Brian George @coach_george31
David Burn @_davidburns
Erika Reeves @Erika_Reeves
Greg Garner @classroom_tech
Heather Sherman @hbelle88
Jamison Truebenbach @TruebenbachGISA
Kelly Gaier @kellymgaier
Krista Miller @lifewithkrista
Dr. Lisa Hervey @lisahervey
Maria Stead @mariaestead
Matt Boggs @MattBoggs4
Meka Pace @mekapace
Melissa Drury @DruryMelissa
Melissa Furst @furst_melissa
Rebecca Taylor @MsTaylorECHS
Robert Furlong @knightbio1
Stephanie Johnson @docsvj
Steven Ridgway @Ridgwayhistory

Finding STEM in the program

You can also easily find STEM sessions in the printed program. Just look for this beaker graphic next to session title.
160610 STEM CFS example

If you see something you’re interested in but can’t make it to the conference, we’ve got you covered. Drop a comment on this post with your question about supporting STEM at your school. We’ll answer with any available session material.

We hope to see you Monday, June 13 at the Ohio Union for #2016CFS!

Conference presentations

We’ll also be talking about two key initiatives:

  1. The first cohort of the Trailblazer Teachers, educators trained in reimagining their classrooms with technology: Apply to access the courses they created at
  2. New opportunities for computer science trainings through the selection of Battelle Education as a Professional Learning Partner by national coding non-profit Nominate an educator for these trainings at
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