#StayHomeSTEM: Teacher Professional Development in a Virtual Environment

This was my seventh summer facilitating a professional devlopment program for secondary STEM teachers at the Center for Neurotechnology, where I work part-time as the Engineering Education Research Manager. The Research Experience for Teachers program engages secondary STEM teachers in a seven-week rigorous professional learning program. The program engages teachers in mentored, authentic research projects […]

#StayHomeSTEM: An Online Summer Camp at the Center for Neurotechnology

All of us in the education world are currently challenged to creatively adapt curricula and programs to online/remote learning environments so that educators and students can stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how we did it at the Center for Neurotechnology, where I work part-time as the Engineering Education Research Manager. First, check […]

#StayHomeSTEM: Exploring Salmon, Topography, and Watersheds

My small contribution to help parents and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic is providing #StayHomeSTEM blog posts full of ideas for at-home science learning, as well as helping to moderate the Facebook page,¬†Supporting Temporary Homeschoolers Everywhere. Today’s activities relate to learning about salmon, topography, and watersheds and are appropriate for elementary aged kids. These topics […]

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#StayHomeSTEM: Nature Journaling for Earth Day

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, my small contribution is providing #StayHomeSTEM blog posts full of ideas for at-home science learning, as well as helping to moderate the Facebook page, Supporting Temporary Homeschoolers Everywhere. Tomorrow is Earth Day, which is a great time to get kids outside in nature (through a window, in […]

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