More than 500 Catholic school teachers and administrators, as well as corporate sponsors and community leaders, attended the inaugural STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Education, Arts and Mathematics) Symposium hosted by The Diocese of Venice Department of Education at Bishop Verot Catholic High School in Ft. Myers, March 21, 2022. The STREAM Symposium offered teachers and other participants a choice of more than 30 breakout sessions. Each session encompassed a STREAM topic ranging from integrating smart boards and educational software to integrating the teachings of the Church in a classroom setting. Attendees also visited with premier education technology vendors and sponsors and participated in interactive exhibits that showcased innovation.
The Symposium is part of the Diocese of Venice Catholic Schools major STREAM initiative launched in March 2021. It includes a partnership with FIRST, a global Robotics Community, For Inspiration, and Recognition of Science and Technology. The partnership provides more than 5,000 students and teachers at 15 Catholic Schools with the tools to create a cutting-edge, faith-infused curriculum that integrates science and technology with Catholic values and teachings.
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The mission of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Venice is to offer a superb education infused with Catholic values, teachings and traditions.