Share Fair

Transforming Education in the 21st Century

Share Fair

October 10, 2015

Save the date! Share Fair Nation is coming back to the Shenandoah Valley for the second year in a row!

Join us at Bridgewater College on Saturday, October 10, for a transformative—and fun—learning adventure! We’re helping teachers bring innovation and technology into their classrooms, and we’re teaching kids to love STEAM—science, technology, engineering, the arts and math—with hands-on, interactive activities and experiments.

Join us for this FREE, exciting event, sponsored by the Morgridge Family Foundation.

Educators

Join elementary, high school, and higher ed educators and administrators from across the Shenandoah Valley for a rare opportunity to learn from the nation’s best in classroom technology integration and instruction. You’ll select up to three sessions, plus time in the Share Fair STEMosphere®, in which you’ll gain the tools to implement and advance STEAM teaching and learning methods in your classroom, propelling our schools toward greater 21st century learning opportunities.

“Share Fair was a great professional development opportunity, and I was able to take away ideas that would be relevant to my high school physics students.” – Alaina Erbaugh, Bridgewater College class of 2010 and physics teacher at Spotswood High School

Previous sessions included:

  • Anatomy in Clay
  • Get your Move On! Bring Movement into the Classroom
  • Google Classroom: The Paperless Classroom Made Simple
  • Stealth STEM—Sneak Engineering into Any Subject
  • And so much more

At this FREE professional development event, you’ll earn up to eight recertification points, enjoy hands-on time in the Share Fair STEMosphere® for students and families, and enjoy a provided lunch with your colleagues and prize drawings at the conclusion of the event.

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Students, Families and Learners of All Ages

Join us for the Share Fair STEMosphere®, a FREE, interactive science and technology playground! Learners of all ages can explore, invent and experiment with engineers, scientists, chefs, educators, artists and other experts. You might get to use clay to build muscle groups on life-size, plastic skeletons. Or you could build a 40-foot-tall tower out of KEVA Planks. The opportunities are endless!

Parents, this is a chance to expose your kids to the joys of science, technology, engineering, the arts and math. They’ll learn and have fun with some of the nation’s most gifted professionals. It’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday!

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Exhibitors

This is your chance to share your hands-on, minds-on projects and activities with learners of all ages from all over the Shenandoah Valley! You’ll join other engineers, chefs, educators, scientists, clubs, artists, students and education innovators to share your creative adventures with thousands of attendees from the area. Please join us for this FREE opportunity to participate in the Share Fair STEMosphere®—and help get kids excited about learning!

Registration to be an exhibitor will be opening soon. If you would like more information please complete the form below and select "Interest in being an Exhibitor" and we will get back to you as soon as we can!

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