KATE SCHLARMAN, M.S.ED.

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KATE SCHLARMAN, M.S.ED.

KATE SCHLARMAN, M.S.ED.

Physical Science and PLTW- Principles of Biomedical Science

Physical Science Syllabus

PLTW- Principles of Biomedical Science Syllabus

Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)

Ruskin High School

kates@hickmanmills.org

(816) 316-7686

 

Years of Teaching Experience:

7 years of experience

 

Area of Expertise

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Teaching

Project-Based Learning

Inquiry Laboratory Experiences

 

Educational Background

2014 Masters of Science in Education, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis
2012 Bachelors of Science in Geology and Geophysics, Missouri University of Science and Technology

 

Awards

Upward Bound Science Instructor- Summer 2018 to present

PLTW item writer- Summer 2018

Discovery Education Innovator 2016-Now

Research Experience for Teacher Advancement in Nanotechnology (RETAIN) Fellow 2015-2016

Woodrow Wilson Indiana Urban Teaching Fellow 2012-Now

 

Why I Chose Education as My Career of Choice

I think that it is incredibly important for our students to learn to be innovators at school so that they will be ready for the new technology-driven STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) job market.  According to stemjobs.com, 65% of jobs our students will have so not exist yet.  I teach using project-based learning to encourage students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers so that they will succeed in these future jobs.

 

Personal Interests

I enjoy experimenting with new recipes in my kitchen and doing things outdoors (like mountain biking and going to the zoo).