STEM, teaching in China & The Sound of Science | Teachers' Lounge Podcast
On a new Teachers’ Lounge, physics and Earth science teacher Sam Watt!
We talked about Sam’s time teaching in China, what STEM actually is -- since that’s a misconception he says still exists -- and how he’s been able to do hands-on STEM and engineering projects even when his students learn remotely.
Longtime WNIJ listeners may even remember Sam as a frequent host of “The Sound of Science.”
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