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STEM Teacher Social at NYU!

On March 13th, join us for a special night of networking, game play and community-building with STEM teachers from across the region. Enjoy a glass of wine, get a tour of the NYU Makerspace and work with other teachers on collaborative activities and demonstrations of project-based STEM labs. Get a chance to work with some

3 Reasons to Fall for STEM this March

3 Reasons to Fall for STEM this March This March is jam-packed with some amazing STEM professional learning opportunities with 3 new workshops offerings! Looking for ways to reach ELL students? Concerned about Climate Change and wondering how to best teach about it? Or thinking about new ways to empower your students to become a

5 Reasons to Support STEM This Holiday

As the holiday season approaches, we hope you’ll keep STEMteachersNYC in mind when you consider your annual giving. As NYC’s only teacher-led platform for professional development in STEM we need your support now more than ever.

Program Report | Summer 2018

Summer 2018 Program Highlights This summer STEMteachersNYC engaged with 207 educators from around the world through hands-on professional development in STEM for teachers, by teachers. In partnership with 5 school sites around the city and region, this was one of our largest summer programs yet. Not only did we deliver household favorites like Introduction to

STEMteachersNYC Announces Partnership with New Visions

STEMteachersNYC is excited to announce that we have launched a partnership with New Visions for Public Schools, a non-profit which has designed, created and sustained NYC public schools for 25 years with 80 schools now under its wing. STEMteachersNYC former and upcoming board members, Kelly O’Shea and Mark Schober are working on creating a new

STEMteachersNYC Featured in Forbes Article on STEM Education

STEMteachersNYC’s programs are featured in a recent article in Forbes Magazine written by 100Kin10’s Talia Milgrom-Elcott! In the article, Talia explores the importance of teacher professional growth and collaborative school cultures. There are 2 photographs featured in the piece including an image of Yi Li (Elementary Science Teacher, STEMteachersNYC Research/Operations Manager) learning how to use a Sphero