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Motivating Girls to "Lean In" to Pursue Passion Driven Careers in STEM

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Are you looking to motivate young female students to pursue passion-driven careers in STEM? Join Naomi Harm as she shares innovative STEM approaches to empower the next generation of female leaders through a “lean-in” classroom culture of practice. You will leave this session empowered with new teaching and learning ideas, as well as a collection of resources to inspire, mentor, and model STEM career choices for ALL girls to pursue their passion-driven careers in STEM.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: College & Career Readiness, Learning Theories & Strategies, STEAM
Tags: lean-in, learning strategies, STEAM, STEM

Reviews (14)

Basic Member
The things that I am passionate about are painting, working with clay, reading, cycling, gardening and cooking. I am so blessed that I get to share most of these with others in my position as a Visual Arts teacher at school. I blend books into Visual Arts lessons often and veer off of the "masters" in my Art History segment and instead...focus on the "illustrator" as the contemporary artist. I share my love of painting and working in clay with my 3rd-5th grade students and I also teach them all of the other mediums, hoping one of them will ignite their interest in Art.
Full Member
Lots of great suggestions!
Thank you!
Good Info...Thanks
Basic Member
Very insightful. Thank you!
Full Member
Informative.....thank you
very inspirational
Basic Member
An amazing and inspiring presentation.
That was amazing. Well done
Full Member
I would like to be able to access and view the videos Naomi shared in her presentation. This was a comprehensive arrangement of resources to inspire girls and young women to pursue their passion in the STEM areas.
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