Call for Elementary Science Mentors! STEMteachersNYC is currently seeking teachers who can serve as mentors in our Kid Talk Teacher Talk (KT3) program this summer. The KT3 program is designed to raise the level of science instruction in grades K-3 by drawing from elementary teacher’s expertise in reading, writing, and other subject areas. Our goal is to support and empower
The STEMteachersNYC Excellence in STEM Teaching Award is a scholarship program dedicated to supporting STEM teachers who have demonstrated excellence in their teaching practice and a willingness to continuously learn and grow as educators. The scholarship award covers the cost of professional development programs offered this summer by STEMteachersNYC. This year, thanks to the Wanninkhof
The National Museum of American Indian in NYC is opening a new STEM Activity center focused on indigenous science and innovation. It’s an incredible space dedicated to Native knowledge and the relationship among science, technology, and society in historical and contemporary American Indian communities.They are hosting an open house on May 17 for teachers and families. Contact joy liu
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!
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
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