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76 | Teaching Teachers in 2020: Inside Ohio University’s STEM+ for All Program | with Mary Schneider, Sorpresa Jones, and Bailey Lohr
Episode 7621st September 2020 • Learning Unboxed • Annalies Corbin
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Today we’re talking to a few of the people who participated in one of Ohio University’s most unique teaching programs: the STEM+ for All Teaching Fellowship. STEM+ is focused on supporting individuals  with science, technology, engineering, and math backgrounds — so people who do not already have a background in education — who seek to change their careers to become intervention specialist teachers. Part of the program involves hands-on training with a mentor teacher, and we’re lucky enough to be able to sit down with both two pre-service teachers currently going through the program and the mentor who has guided them throughout the year.

Our pre-service teacher guests are Sorpresa Jones and Bailey Lohr, who are both in their third term in the STEM+ for All teaching fellowship, and our mentor teacher guest is Mary Schneider, a master teacher and PAST’s School Design Coordinator.

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Recorded by Eric French at WOSU Studios in Columbus, Ohio