STEM Teachers' Collaborative

  • Teachers setting up an Arduino at the 2016 Summit
    Teachers setting up an Arduino at the 2016 Summit
  • Our KEEPERS staff teaching engineering to elementary students
    Our KEEPERS staff teaching engineering to elementary students
  • Chris Emdin of Columbia Teachers' College talking to participants at the 2016 Summit
    Chris Emdin of Columbia Teachers' College talking to participants at the 2016 Summit
  • KEEPERS for Teachers participants learning to teach engineering to elementary school students
    KEEPERS for Teachers participants learning to teach engineering to elementary school students

What is the STEM TC?

The STEM TC is an interdisciplinary effort across the University to coordinate and enhance our capacity to strengthen the STEM pipeline, with the primary goal of increasing K-­12 teachers’ expertise in computing, engineering and technology and extending the impact of excellent STEM teachers to more students throughout the state. “We’re excited to establish the STEM TC so we can work collaboratively across UNH and with teachers across our state” says Ruth Varner, Director of the Joan and James Leitzel Center for Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education.

As part of our commitment to the 100Kin10 network, we will provide more formal learning opportunities for practicing K­‐12 teachers to deepen their knowledge in STEM education.

For information on the UNH STEM Teachers' Collaborative, email stem.teachers.collaborative@unh.edu.

Please register for the STEM TC Newsletter!

Sent out once or twice a month or so, our newsletter keeps you up-to-date on all of the STEM offerings for teachers happening on either of UNH campuses or sponsored by a UNH Program.