This spring STEMteachersNYC is launching a MakerSTEM working group and we are excited to be linking up with several incredible institutes. This spring STEMteachersNYC is launching a MakerSTEM working group and we are excited to be linking up with several incredible institutes and organizations across NYC! Each month the group
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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. You’ll have the empowering experience of building your very own “keepsake box”. Following construction, we will collaboratively
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Looking for ways to make your upper elementary or middle school science curriculum more exciting and innovative? Whether you are a general classroom teacher or a STEM specialist, this workshop will allow you to experience and explore how student-created computer animations can bring new life to your current units of
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NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP WILL TAKE PLACE VIA ZOOM.  Link to Zoom for online sessions will be sent after registration. Scratch is a programming language that is easy to learn and widely used in schools, clubs, and at home.  In this workshop you will use Scratch to learn the basics of
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Please Note: This workshops will be meeting virtually This workshop is part of the CRT series. In this session, we'll explore how to teach the mainstream Regents science curriculum with thoughtfulness, while opening our and our students' eyes to the history of racism and Eurocentrism that led to our contemporary
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This spring STEMteachersNYC is launching a MakerSTEM working group and we are excited to be linking up with several incredible institutes and organizations across NYC! Each month the group will meet at a different Makerspace in NYC. Participating locations include Cooper Union's Albert Nerken School of Engineering center for K-12
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Looking for ways to integrate the engineering design process, with plant science in a hands-on way, in an easily accessible way, for any context? In this workshop we will explore the history of hydroponics, compare the six main types of hydroponic systems, and use easily found DIY materials and the
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Note: This workshop will be rescheduled to virtual format, dates to be announced mid-April. Have you ever felt that the Environmental Science curriculum felt unconnected? Have you ever found your students memorizing the components of an ecosystem without understanding the unique emergent properties of the system as a whole? Have
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Note: This workshop will be rescheduled to virtual format, dates to be announced mid-April. STEMteachersNYC is committed to ensuring our programs and efforts reflect the diverse needs and communities of NYC, and address issues of equity and inclusion. In 2018, our teacher-members came together and formed a Culturally Responsive STEM
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In this workshop, we’ll learn about many of the functions of Desmos, a free online graphing calculator, with a focus on how to use Desmos to make meaning of mathematics.
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Join us for a workshop exploring best practices and strategies for your upcoming STEM teaching job search.
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In this workshop join educators Jenny Shen and Caroline Doherty for a discussion on how to recognize implicit bias and use it as a lens to frame STEM teaching practices.
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