Baby Steps to STEM

When does gender identity begin to intersect with STEM?

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Episode #105: How can early childhood educators lay a foundation in STEM education? Jean Barbre, EdD, holds a master’s degree in child and family studies from California State University Long Beach, a master’s degree in counseling from California State University Fullerton, and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Pepperdine University. She joins us to discuss the ‘baby steps to STEM” and why it’s important for caregivers, parents, and educators to identify and label STEM learning, to normalize learning science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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– You can purchase Jean’s book, Baby Steps to STEM here.

Ron Spreeuwenberg

Ron is the Co-Founder & CEO of HiMama, where he leads all aspects of a social purpose business that helps early childhood educators improve learning outcomes for children.

One comment

  • Brian Clair says:

    It is one great English course in which grammar is given within the course’s content! I think the course is also good for advanced learner’s as it reviews grammar points, gets in touch with the American English (for the ones who has been studying the British and Aussie variations), learns new skills!