Interview on Wes Fryer’s “STEM seeds”

Today I connected with my friend Wes Fryer, a fellow STEM teacher, to have a conversation about STEM learning and to share some of the projects my students have participated in in the past. We also touched on the definition of STEM and what it is NOT. Wes has started up what he calls “STEM seeds” – he describes it as, “A Community of STEM teachers sharing lesson ideas.”

Wes is definitely more well known for his blog “Moving At The Speed of Creativity” and his numerous writings, books and speaking engagements.

Here is a link to STEM seeds and another to the YouTube channel Wes uses.

Learning is messy!

 

 

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One Response to Interview on Wes Fryer’s “STEM seeds”

  1. Chea Driver says:

    Thank you for sharing this post. I’ve been out of the classroom for 5 years and am now taking graduate courses to renew my certificate. A lot of advancements have been made in technology, and I am excited about getting opportunities to use tools like Google Hangout in the future to connect with other teachers. I am also interested in learning more about STEM from Wes Fryer’s blog. Recently, I’ve done some research on Project Based Learning, and I think STEM has a lot in common with that approach to learning. Thanks again for your post.

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