STEM teacher education isn't just about learning how to create classroom activities and assessments. Becoming a STEM teacher also means finding out who you are in the classroom, what your identity is as a science teacher and as a designer and creator.
This project highlights the work of a group of pre-service teachers studying secondary science education at the Werklund School of Education. During a five-week intensive program, led by experienced radio journalist and podcast producer, Molly Segal, they learned about crafting narratives, conducting interviews and editing audio landscapes to tell their stories of being and becoming STEM teachers.
Descriptions of their final projects, including links to their podcasts are here. Their thoughtful and creative stories will also be shared in the inaugural episodes of our Radio EpiSTEMology podcast: the STEM Radio hour.
- The Radio EpiSTEMology team