Subscribe

Physics with Phones (HS) March 2, April 6, and May 4
Did you know you can quantitatively determine static and kinetic friction coefficients with just a phone, table, and rubber band?
Multilingual Learners and STEM – Articulating MLL STEM Teacher Needs (ALL GRADES) Feb 15, 2022 5-6pm EDT
STEMteachersNYC Equity Lab in partnership with Columbia University Institute of Latin American Studies.
A Bird Walk in Central Park: Come enjoy the spring migration! May 1st
In spring, Central Park becomes a global birding hot-spot. Thousands of colorful songbirds migrating from the tropics stop in
Discourse & Representationally Rich STEM Learning (ES) April 30, 9-12pm EDT
Communication standards serve as a unifying feature in learning environments designed to deepen engagement and intentionally address systemic inequalities.
Mastering Claims, Evidence, Reasoning in Environmental Science (HS) Sunday, April 3rd and April 24th 
: In this 2 part virtual workshop, you will learn how responsive teaching can leverage the Claims Evidence Reasoning (CER) framework in the Environmental Science classroom to make student thinking visible.
Creating in any Classroom! Woodworking for Teachers (Grades 3-8) April 2, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
Join Maplewoodshop for a session of hands-on woodworking! No prior experience needed. In this 3 hour workshop, you will learn how to use hand tools such as a saw, hammer, drill and more.
Simplifying Superposition! Quantum Principles & Patterns for Teachers (HS) Date: 3/13/2022
In the microscopic quantum world, how can a particle be in two places at once? This so-called “principle of superposition” is simply the way the world works, and, surprisingly,
Socratic Dialogue in the Classroom March 13, 9am-12:00pm EDT
On average, teachers ask 400 questions per day; or roughly 70,000 questions per year.  What are all these questions for?  In what ways do these questions cultivate curiosity, foster dialogue, and build your students' science identities?