Groups

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Join groups to network with other STEM teacher leaders, discuss topics of interest, create webinars, and share resources.

Elementary Science and Math

K-8 Science & Math Teacher Leadership

Group Description

Welcome to the elementary science & math teacher leaders group! Ask questions, start a topic, or share information related to elementary science and mathematics teaching and learning, or leadership. Your posts will let us know what you are interested in discussing. Begin by introducing yourself.

Feel free to start a new discussion or create a webinar to collaborate with others.

 

Group Discussion

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We have an active discussion taking place now about the benefits of using children’s literature and storytelling to help make connections in mathematics and science include building positive identities, helping students make sense of the world, and providing opportunities to experience joy, wonder, and beauty across the subjects.

Join the conversation: https://stemtlnet.org/theme/discussion/january2021-discussion 

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Greetings!

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Attention, all STEM educators! I and the other members of the "STEMteachersEXPO 2020: Growing Responsive STEM Communities" Planning Committee have been hard at work over the past several months putting together an extraordinary program, complete with keynote speakers and conversationalists who are leaders in the field! The conference takes place VIRTUALLY over the October 23-25 weekend, with tickets costing JUST $15 (or just $25 for guaranteed spots in your choice of sessions!). We looking forward to seeing you there! Please spread the word to anyone who might be interested!

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Apply now for a PASCO $1,000 wireless sensor grant!

Are you a science teacher who loves hands-on experimentation? Are you curious about using innovative methods to measure phenomena in the classroom?

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As educational partners for more than 55 years, we’ve spent decades working closely with science educators. Now, as we look to define education’s “new normal”, we’re passing the mic to science educators and district leaders. Your firsthand experiences transitioning to distance learning, including your challenges, resources, and best practices, have the power to make a lasting impact on the future of science education.