By, Susan Wells
One of things I enjoy most about TechTerra Education is being able to travel all over the country and to work with many different people. All that travel keeps me so busy that before I know it, time and seasons have flown by - some holidays have already passed and some holidays are just around the corner. So as I sit here today to catch my breath, I am thinking about all the places and events that we’ve been since the spring and my last blog update.
TechTerra has traveled to Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Illinois, South Carolina, Hawaii, Texas, Nevada, California, Missouri and Arizona in the last months. We gave presentations, held Playgrounds, worked with schools and organizations, trained, and carried our equity throughout the STEM movement message everywhere.
One of TechTerra’s stops this summer was the 2017 ISTE Conference in San Antonio. We gave presentations, held playground and poster sessions and ran a booth.
More stops included working with the Boys and Girls Club in August and partnering with East Central University in North Carolina at a STEMFest.
In September, TechTerra and Troxell worked together to bring STEM training and activities to four school districts in the San Diego, CA area.
Earlier this month, we were in Alton, Illinois - a city that claims to be the most haunted in the US.
Take a look at our TechTerra Training page for our November Makerspace Training and check out our Camp TechTerra page too. We’ll be sending out a special edition of our newsletter next month to spotlight STEM tools we love. And in the meantime we’ll be back in flight with our Southwest friends training-bound.