Congratulations! You made it! You’ve found this little corner of internet because you’re interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education. You could be entirely new to STEM Education like I was when I started searching for ideas (I sold cars before becoming a STEM teacher), or maybe you’re looking for some additional resources to really amp up your current STEM curriculum. Look no further brave adventurer! Herein you shall find all you seek, and more.
No matter how you got here, if you’re anything like me you’re constantly searching for new curriculum, lesson planning ideas, and best practices to keep your students motivated to learn. It is also likely that you work in the Public School System, and need to do it both well, and cheaply! Though I came to STEM Education by a somewhat non-traditional route I’ve been doing it for several years now, and want to help other teachers be successful while having a centralized place to keep track of what I do in my own classroom.
Throughout this blog you’ll find lessons I have actually applied to my teaching practice (along with the national standards the’re based on), analysis of national standards, teaching pedagogy I have found useful, lesson planning ideas, reflections on how my lessons are working, and a wide array of free resources to help you become the Superstar STEM teacher you want to be.
Feel free to pour yourself a nice cuppa, sit back, look around, and enjoy. Thanks for stopping by!
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