STEM professional development encompasses a range of activities designed to enhance educators’ expertise in teaching STEM subjects.
Here at STEM4Real, we sometimes play the Counting Game, especially when we see a panel of speakers, a board of directors, or a bestseller author list. This is the game we play in our Leadership 4 Justice course where we count the people of color in our context. We then count the people of color that are leading and speaking in meetings and workshops. The numbers aren’t looking good. If we want to serve our diverse student populations, we have to demonstrate that representation for our students to see.
How can we use ChatGPT to look through an equity lens? We are almost at the day and age where robots and artificial intelligence are taking over humanity. While that day looms over us, how can we stay ahead of the game and ensure that we are using these technologies to our advantage? I’m sure
Black Women in STEM A Ban on African American Studies is a Ban on STEM Education and a major setback for Black women in STEM careers, Here’s Why! In recent legislation, the state of Florida has banned the study of the Advanced Placement (AP) Course, African American Studies. Though this directly impacts History and Social
Professional Learning Communities A Professional Learning Community (PLC) is a collaborative group of educators who work together to improve student learning outcomes. Professional Learning Communities focus on creating an instructional environment that promotes collaboration and reflection among teachers, administrators, and other staff members. PLC’s are designed to provide educators with the resources needed to
Teachers are leaving the profession at drastic rates and to be honest, we don’t blame them. In our first inaugural episode of Teaching STEM #4Real, I sit down with Dr. Sheldon Eakins and we have a candid conversation about the teacher shortage. You can listen to the full episode here: Ep 01: “I’m Ready to
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