26 Elementary K-3 teachers will be paid a stipend to participate in this 2 year project, which includes a 2-week intensive workshop this summer from July 24 to Aug 4. We will invite elementary teachers to submit applications within the next few weeks...
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STEMteachersNYC is dedicated to interchange and interaction among teachers of various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines. Our general purpose is to cultivate excellence in STEM teaching and to promote learning, self-confidence and success for our students.
Upcoming Spring Workshops
Led by: Mark Schober
This workshop is based around a low-cost wave-driver and amplifier driven by a free smartphone app for investigating wave propagation in strings. We will begin by examining properties of standing waves on strings, followed by…
Led by: Manjula Nair and Pat Higgiston
We know it’s a best practice, but it can be a challenging task to take on especially when teachers already have so much on their plate. This workshop will highlight and simplify multiple ways to incorporate…
Led by: Justin Gohde
Computer Science. Computational Thinking. STEAM. 3D Printing. Engineering. Spatial Reasoning…. Everyone agrees that these 21st Century Skills are vitally important, but how in the world can schools fit all of this “new” content into their already packed curriculum? …
Led by: Pat Connick, Ph.D.
Do you find it challenging to incorporate authentic experimental design into your already jammed pack curriculum? This workshop will offer some time saving and effective techniques…
Upcoming Summer Workshops
Led by: Mark Schober and Manjula Nair
This three-day workshop will guide you through the steps to set up your classes for standards-based grading..…
Led by: Mark Schober
This workshop will provide tips, training, and some practice planning a successful STEM teacher professional development workshop of your own…
Led by: Mark Schober
During this one-week introduction to the principles of Modeling Instruction we’ll introduce several aspects of modeling such as.…
Led by: Michael Crofton
Intended for teachers who have taken Mechanics Modeling. Teachers will work through electric charge and the electric fields produced by charges. Next they will delve into electrical energy, the concept of electric potential, circuits, electric fields, and magnetic fields.…
Led by: Zhanna Glazenburg and Steve Lance
Learn a fantastic teaching method known as Modeling Instruction, and how it can help improve and deepen your students’ understanding of crucial concepts in physics. This workshop will immerse you in Modeling Instruction…
Led by: Donghong Sun and Rachel Ward
Intended for chemistry teachers who have taken the Chemistry 1 Modeling workshop. Participants will be guided through the development and application of the structure of the atom, covalent bonding, intermolecular forces, equilibrium and acids and bases.…
Led by: Jeff Hengesbach
This workshop will engage participants in some great STEM activities to invigorate your teaching practices which will improve student engagement, content retention, and student discourse…
Led by: Christopher Resch and Glen Stuart
Aimed at expanding teachers’ best practices toolbox for facilitating student discourse and reflection in their high school biology class. Participants will learn strategies…
Led by: Jason Sullivan and Craig Buszka
If you are a K – 3 teacher, you’re invited to join us, for a paid 2-week project on active learning in elementary science.
Are you a NY State or NY City physics teacher who uses Modeling Instruction? Join us for a paid 3-week development project, to integrate computational modeling using Bootstrap’s Pyret language in Modeling Physics First.
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