This session aired at ScIC6 Science is Cool Virtual STEM Summit on Thursday, August 5, 2021.
Integration is the key to the adoption of STEM programs at the school and district levels. Experts from Desmos, Kesler Science, and PocketLab along with Tammie Schrader, a science coordinator for the Northwest Washington Education Service District 101, discuss how to integrate STEM programs with ELA and Math.
Daniel Luevanos Coach | Desmos
Daniel joined the Desmos coaching team last month. Prior to that, he taught middle and high school math, and have served as a Math Teacher on Special Assignment and Math Instructional Coach at the district level. He is passionate about helping students love math and unlock their hidden potential. He believes all kids are math rockstars.
Ali Stone Project Manager | Kesler Science
Ali is Project Manager at Kesler Science. Ali previously taught a variety of middle school subjects, including science, math, coding, and art. Prior to teaching in the classroom, Ali worked in the access control industry as a technical writer, corporate trainer, and curriculum developer.
Clifton Roozeboom CEO and Co-founder | PocketLab
Dr. Clifton Roozeboom is the CEO and Co-Founder of PocketLab. He received his PhD in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. He has been the primary investigator on two National Science Foundation SBIR projects and two Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences SBIR projects. Dr. Roozeboom is a lecturer in the Stanford University mechanical engineering department. His PhD research was on wireless sensor networks for environmental monitoring applications, for which he earned grants and fellowships from Sandia National Labs, Hewlett-Packard Labs, the National Science Foundation, and the Chevron Corporation.
Tammie Schrader Science Coordinator | NorthEast Washington Education Service District 101
Tammie is a Regional Science and Computer Science Coordinator for Northeast Washington Education Service District 101 in Washington State.
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