Welcome to the STEM Hub!
Unfortunately, the STEM Hub’s physical location will be closing permanently as a result of the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we will continue to run professional development workshops virtually!
Join Our Workshops
The STEM Hub is conducting a series of Teacher Training workshops led by Dr. Katey Shirey.
Dr. Shirey is a STEAM Education Specialist with 17 years of experience in teaching, teacher training, and curriculum development. Through her consulting business, eduKatey, Dr. Shirey is assisting teachers in the U.S. and around the world with integrated STEAM curriculum development, facilitation support, and the use of innovative educational technologies. Last year, Dr. Shirey utilized her skills to assist the STEM Hub with curriculum adaptation during the rapid transition to online learning necessitated by the pandemic. Prior to starting her own business, Dr. Shirey gained extensive first-hand experience in a STEM classroom thanks to a decade spent teaching and developing STEM curriculum at the university and high school level in various schools. She was also a finalist candidate for the 2012-2013 NASA Astronaut selection and worked as a teacher liaison with researchers at the IceCube Project at the South Pole Research Station in Antarctica. Dr. Shirey’s experience is supported by a thorough educational background in the subject after completing her doctoral studies in science education teaching, learning, policy, and leadership at the University of Maryland in 2017. Additionally, she holds a master’s degree in teaching and two bachelor’s degrees in physics and studio art, supporting her ability to integrate the Arts into STEAM curriculum.
Upcoming Webinars with Dr. Shirey
To register for our upcoming webinars, please visit our Facebook. If you have a question, you can reach out to us at email@example.com. For more details on future webinars, please see below:
Planning Learner-Centered STEM Lessons
April 3, 2021 from 12 to 3 PM EDT (GMT-4)
All high school STEM teachers are welcome. Specific content-area examples will be provided for Geometry, Algebra 1, and trigonometry, physics, chemistry, biology, programming.
Learn STEM from Home
The STEM Hub worked rapidly to transform our curriculum into virtual challenges that students can do on their own at home, requiring only materials commonly found around the house. To get involved, check out our STEM challenges here!