“Learning is not a competition.” Use of alternative assessments in interdisciplinary STEM classrooms is gradually expanding and being refined. Who are you learning from and what is working for you? In this blog post we explore the idea of Standards-Based Grading in STEM,…

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The STEM Expo is a teacher-led forum exploring the future of STEM Education in NYC and beyond. Drawing from our 1100+ member network of STEM educators, the event will include live demos and displays, an interactive Unconference, and presentations from teachers and…

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As part of a dynamic team, the Program Manager works closely with the Program Director and President to help promote and coordinate STEMteachersNYC’s professional development programs for science and math educators. The Program Manager will be responsible for assisting with workshop operations,…

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