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  • Educator Profiles

    Heather Aulisio - Pocono Mountain East High School

    Girls sitting with their colorful poster boards at the STEM fair

    Students showcase stem skills at school-wide fair

    Every teacher probably dreams of having an extra eye to keep watch over her students.

    So it’s no surprise that among the 50 science and technology projects students created for Pocono Mountain East High School’s first STEM Fair, the 3D animatronic working eye was Heather Aulisio’s favorite.

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    Lori Cirucci - Broughal Middle School

    Close of of colorful paper rollercoaster, created by students at Broughal Middle School

    Roller coaster challenge thrills eighth-graders

    The marble zigs and zags, rolling down multiple levels, before coming to a rest on the cardboard track of the “roller coaster” designed by a team of  eighth-graders in Broughal Middle School in Bethlehem.

    While it may seem like fun and games, designing the coaster also served as a hands-on lesson on kinetic energy for nearly 190 students.

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    Lynette Miller - Fermanagh-Mifflintown Elementary School

    Dark haired elementary school teacher in red dress with two of her students at desk

    Students learn happily ever after with fairy-tale stem lessons

    The Three Little Pigs, the Three Billy Goats Gruff and Rapunzel aren’t just familiar figures from fairy tales. They’re helping first-graders learn about science and math, too.

    Lynette Miller, a teacher at Fermanagh-Mifflintown Elementary School in Juniata County, is using fairy tale-themed kits that teach basic science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts. Each kit features a problem children have to solve, and teaches them about the design process, creativity, and cause and effect.

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