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STEMteachersNYC Fan in Uruguay!

STEMteachersNYC has a fan in Montevideo, Uruguay! Pictured here is Martin Monteiro, Coordinador del Laboratorio de Fisica, Facultad de Ingenieria, Universidad ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay. He’s hoping to join us this summer for our Introduction to Modeling Workshop!

STEM 2018 Summer Programs for Youth

Our member network has provided a great list of STEM Summer Programs for youth in the NYC area! Here are some of the offerings mentioned: PROMYS is a six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics in a supportive community

KT3 Call for Applications: Paid Professional Learning Program for K-3 Teachers

We are excited to announce an open call for STEMteacherNYC’s Kid Talk, Teacher Talk in Elementary Science (KT3) program. We’re looking for elementary school teachers who would like to be involved in a paid professional learning program focused on empowering teachers to design and implement lessons that engage and motivate students to explain natural phenomena

STEMteachersNYC Interns Help Engage Teachers and Document STEM Learning Experiences

This summer, STEMteachersNYC high school interns Octavia Zhao, Angela Zheng, Wenny Xu, and Tim Li helped to engage our teacher network, and document some of the amazing learning that occured during our STEM workshop series in July and August. This was the third year that we hosted high school interns. This year was an international

A Summer of STEM Activity and Engagement!

Dear Members, We hope you’re having a great break! Here at STEMteachersNYC the summer of 2017 has been transformative — we’ve worked with 189 STEM teachers from across the country and world in physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science. This summer we launched a new elementary science initiative: Kid Talk Teacher Talk, saw the continuation of the Computer Modeling

STEMteachersNYC at the 100kin10 Summit 2017

The 100Kin10 Summit was held in New York City this spring at the The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. STEMteachersNYC offered a presentation on our unique Professional Learning model, and also a feedback session with Colleen Megowan from the American Modeling Teachers Association. Both sessions were well received, with current and past STEMteachersNYC members