How do you manage parents’ expectations of your profession? For example, parents who feel you MUST: stay after school, give them your personal phone number, meet with them after they get off of work, …
I learned a new term. Decision Fatigue, definition below. How do you handle it as a teacher? Do you experience decision fatigue? Decision fatigue is caused by being forced to make too many decisio…
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Hi everyone! I know that there are lots of online resources for STEM. I am looking for very simple ideas for parents to do at home, taking no longer than 10 min and for ages 3 to 5 hrs. Thanks!
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Would anyone be interested in participating in a research study? The only requirements are to be a school district employee and have a child in the district with special needs. Please help!!!
Looking for ideas to recruit girls to attend our STEM school. We are a 6th - 8th school and want to encourage 5th grade girls to apply.
The worst thing happened. My princpal stated that the higher ups want to visit my class. I stayed up all night and got to school early to prep. They never showed
Fellow science teachers, would you consider bringing test tubes from a yeast respiration lab home with you to wash in your personal dishwasher? I know it’s not ideal but I still need wash over 50!
I use Adobe connect for making videos or live and want to know if there is a way to use a calculator that students can see
Does anyone do Skype visits/meetings with people working in the STEM field? I feel like this could be a great way for students in my classroom to ask questions and make connections to the real world.
What's a first week "welcome back" activity or lesson I can do with elementary students (3rd and 4th graders)? Thank you!
I'm going to be in charge of our STEAM room. the principal want the room to be a makerspace, organized, and have a checkout/in system for supplies. Any ideas on getting started?