2019 EXSEED Conference Application for PreK-12 Teachers

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Application is NOW OPEN!

We are now accepting applications starting today, Sunday March 10, 9:00 am PT for the EXSEED 2019 Conference June 17-21 for PreK-12 teachers. Below is the link to apply. Complete your application before the Conference fills. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. If you are accepted, you will be notified and you can make travel plans. The earlier you apply, the better your chances of being accepted. Everyone must complete all of the application. Incomplete or missing information means yours can’t be considered.

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What is EXSEED?

Excellence in STEM Experiential Education (EXSEED) is an innovative and collaborative program designed to enhance integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education in Adventist K-12 education in partnership with K-12 and higher education. The goal of EXSEED is to collaboratively support and empower K-12 educators in teaching the STEM disciplines within a Mission-Focused Learning (MFL) context that emphasizes the arts, spirituality, and service.

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Meet the Team

Ron Carter

Ron Carter, PhD
Provost, Loma Linda University
Co-executive Director, EXSEED
Marilyn Eggers

Marilyn Eggers, PhD
Associate Provost, Loma Linda Univeristy
Co-executive Director, EXSEED
Doug Havens

Doug Havens, MS
Director, EXSEED
Charity Espina

Charity Espina, MSEd
Program Manager, EXSEED
Andrea Sayler

Andrea Sayler, MAEd
Program Manager, EXSEED
Nikki Nicolas

Nikki Nicolas, MBA
Executive Assistant, Office of the Provost
Program Coordinator, EXSEED
Janelle Carillo

Janelle Carillo, MBA
Program Manager
Office of Educational Effectiveness


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