Bridging the gap between “real STEM study” and how school stakeholders may understand it is a doable task for teachers, says expert Anne Jolly. She offers some elevator-speech essentials to get you started (and perhaps avoid that virtual lab that could be in your future).
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Ready to power up your STEM instruction? STEM by Design blogger Anne Jolly will get you up to date with a collection of her posts on NGSS, Career and Tech Ed, math in STEM, and assessment insights. Joining her are veteran educators Marsha Ratzel and Susan Pruet.
Your school wants to offer STEM classes to its students. How do you select teachers? And what professional development and other supports will teachers need to successfully involve students and facilitate projects? STEM expert Anne Jolly shares ideas.
Science educator Anne Jolly’s reflections on the upcoming year include a specific list of “hopes” for STEM leaders, teachers, and students. Taken together, they represent some of the best ideas for STEM “resolutions” you’re likely to find!
What’s the difference between a STEM teacher and other teachers? Science educator Anne Jolly identifies 10 characteristics that help set STEM educators apart, in a lively style worthy of fellow southerner Jeff Foxworthy. STEM teachers really are a special breed!