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158. How STEM Education Serves Students in Their Future Careers with Sam Crews, Mar Lin, and Camryn Woodley
Episode 15812th September 2022 • Learning Unboxed • Annalies Corbin
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We’re speaking to a number of people from one of Ohio’s leading STEM schools, the National Inventors Hall of Fame School, including Sam Crews, a founding teacher at the school with over 20 years of experience in schools. Joining him are two former students, Mar Lin and Camryn Woodley. They share their learning experiences at the National Inventors Hall of Fame School and how what they learned there has carried with them throughout their young adult lives.

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We unbox:

  • The story behind the National Inventors Hall of Fame School
  • How the school’s strong founding ethos carries on throughout the years
  • Creating meaningful experiences for students
  • Rolling out STEM education to the broader school community
  • Making the decisions that are best for kids


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