The Future of STEM Education

Corrine Bean, a senior at Springfield College, shares her experiences about being a new face in the field of Science education. She will be graduating in the spring with a double major in Secondary Education and Biology, with a minor in Chemistry. She has recently completed her teaching Practicum as a Biology and Anatomy & Physiology teacher at Chicopee High School, The Springfield Renaissance School teaching 8th grade Physical Science, and as a 7th grade Life Science teacher in Agawam. Corrine was nice enough to sit down with me and share why she chose to teach the sciences, her challenges with becoming a S.T.E.M. educator, and some changes she would like to see in the education system today.  Corrine plans to go on to teach the sciences in Middle School and High School.

Interview and writing done by: Melissa Marques



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