Fellows' Videos

"Windows into STEM Classrooms" Videos

Videos of democratic teaching applied to a problem of practice by STEM Ed Fellows.

 

Each fellowship culminates in the creation of a Window into STEM Classrooms, WIC for short. The WICs provide an overview of the How Might We question that each fellow used to guide their work as well as the solution that was iteratively developed. 

Browse by grade level

 

Elementary School 

Rebecca Hollyfield (Spring 2020 Kentucky) explored how to make distance learning more meaningful to elementary students.

Middle School 

Danielle DeBenedetto (Fall 2019 NYC) explored how to share authority to level the playing field in a middle school ICT classroom.

High School 

Armando Pecina (Spring 2020 Houston) explored how to support high school students that feel isolated from one another due to social distancing. 

Browse by Framework

 

Student Voice

Sharon Fields (Spring 2020 Kentucky) explored how to leverage student voice to increase participation during remote learning days.

Shared Authority

Sarah Christian (Spring 2020 Houston) encouraged shared authority in her classroom during remote learning. 

Critical Literacy

Cenia Santana (Fall 2019 NYC) investigated how to create more meaningful lab experiences to encourage critical literacy practices. 

Browse by Subject

 

General Science

Christina Rosenthal (Spring 2019 Boston) explored ways to increase student- community engagement during science instruction. 

Biology

Kyle Sevits (Spring 2020 Boston) worked to increase engagement and social meaning making in Biology class. 

Earth Science

Joytrese George (Spring 2020 NYC) engaged students in Project Based Learning in Earth Science class during remote learning.

Living Environment

Joshua Wickline (Fall 2018 NYC) leveraged student interest in performing arts in Living Environment class. 

Bridget Gaitor (Spring 2019 NYC) encouraged students to explain the importance behind real life phenomena in Chemistry class. 

Chemistry

Physical Science

James Kostka (Spring 2020 NYC) focuses on how to put the "physical" back in Physical Science during remote learning.

Sharon Fields (Spring 2020 Kentucky) explored how to leverage student to increase participation during remote learning days.

Minjeong (Christie) Kim )Spring 2020 NYC) investigated how to help students build engineering mindsets during remote learning

Math

Nelandon Gregory (Spring 2020 Houston) investigated how to encourage transformational authority in a Computer Science class. 

Larisa Skaggs (Spring 2020 Kentucky) shares how emotional support was incorporated into Math class during remote learning. 

Computer Science

STEM