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Sep 10, 2018

Juliana Texley holds a master’s in biology and chemistry, and a PhD in curriculum development/science education from Wayne State University, and has over thirty years of teaching experience. She is a graduate-level adjunct professor specializing in educational technology and assessment, science, and science teaching at Central Michigan University. Juliana has been a National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) member for thirty years, and served as president from 2014-2015.

Ruth M. Ruud has over thirty-five years of teaching experience ranging from early childhood to undergraduate studies. She has a master’s degree in education with additional coursework in all areas of science. A former Delta Education FOSS (Full Option Science System) consultant, Ruth currently works as an adjunct professor teaching physical geography courses at Cleveland State University. She served as president of the Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association and has chaired a number of committees of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), is a member of the NSTA Recommends committee, and is the head reviewer for the NSTA Shell Science Lab Challenge.

In this episode we discuss:

  • The mission of National Science Teacher's Association (NSTA).
  • The significance of introducing STEM to children at an early age.
  • The process of co-authoring Teaching STEM Literacy.

AmazonTeaching STEM Literacy: A Constructivist Approach for Ages 3 to 8 with Juliana Texley and Ruth Ruud

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