Find STEM education resources with STEM is ELEMENTARY NEWSLETTER from Bob Claymier

Many teachers, administrators, parents, or community volunteers want to promote and provide more STEM in our schools.  That’s fantastic!  We need more champions for STEM!  (Just like we need more rocket scientists!)

One excellent resource that I found and subscribe to is the STEM Is Elementary newsletter from Bob Claymier.  You can find it online here.  You can also subscribe to it with an email address.

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In his newsletter you’ll get information on STEM conferences, STEM curriculum, how to incorporate STEM into the classroom, robotics for elementary STEM education, ITEEA updates on STEM, STEM teacher guides, STEM classroom activities…and that’s just what I saw in the March 2015 issue!

Bob is a retired administrator and teacher with STEM subjects in Ohio.  Many of the items in his newsletter focus on events in Ohio, so if you also live there it is especially valuable for you.  Other useful things on his website are for STEM champions everywhere such as STEM lesson plans, online STEM courses, and information on his STEM consulting.  If you want help integrating STEM into your classroom, curriculum, or district I’m sure he would love to talk with you.

Best of all, his STEM newsletter doesn’t cost any money to receive.  So head over to his STEM is Elementary website here and subscribe today.

Thanks for your interest and pursuit of STEM and rocket science!

About Brett Rocket Scientist

Brett creates artful work in engineering, ideas, and innovation. In addition to 2 degrees, 3 patents, and over 15 years experience in aerospace engineering, he is the author of several books to foster STEM careers. He volunteers his time and skills as an officer with professional societies.

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