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Five Hacks to be Innovative in Your Classroom – Naomi Meredith, Spencer Sharp

Five Hacks to be Innovative in Your Classroom – Naomi Meredith, Spencer Sharp

The Innovative Teacher Podcast
November 23,  2020
EDx Talks

STEM educators Naomi Meredith and Spencer Sharp discuss strategies to infuse technology and innovation in classrooms. For more information visit and check out their free guidebook “10 Ways to Add Innovation in Your Classroom.”

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  • 0:00 SchoolRubric Introductio
  • 0:09 We want you to be innovative – our mission
  • 0:58 MakerSpaces 2:18 STEM Warm-Ups
  • 3:25 Stop Motion Animation
  • 4:54 Project Based Learning
  • 6:45 Computer Science Unplugged
  • 8:11 Grab the free guidebook
  • 8:41 Connect with us

The Innovate Teacher Podcast is created for teachers to learn and grow together, to move their classrooms forward. Current K through 5 STEM teachers, Naomi and Spencer dive into various technology topics. They talk Makerspace, STEAM, and PBL, and other hands-on tasks to engage your students. Every Thursday, they bring you the best in technology in the classroom from interviewing people, to real examples from our own classroom. Naomi Meredith is a former classroom teacher turned current K-5 STEM teacher. She teaches STEM in the specials rotation while also having the opportunity to co-teach with teachers in her building. While currently working on her Master’s in STEM Leadership, she believes that ANYONE can teach STEM no matter what their classroom setting is. Spencer Sharp is a current K-5 STEM teacher and created the STEM program at his school from scratch. With a Master's in STEM Curriculum & Instruction, his goal is to help ALL teachers create fun ways to add STEM and other useful instruction in their classroom.


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