In Season 3 Episode 2, John Fegali joins Tori Cameron to chat about creating cartoon videos in STEM. John is the CEO of Toaster Pets, which is a stem.org authenticated educational product, and is used by students all over the world. Tori and John chat about cartoon animation, the importance of giving students a voice, student-created youtube videos, and creating classroom opportunities for students to learn life skills and career skills. John also gives some insight into the educational toy industry and what it takes to create a popular STEM toy.
Visit Toaster Pets on their website: https://www.toasterpets.com/
Connect with John Fegali https://www.facebook.com/pg/toasterpets/posts/
Connect with Beau Berman https://twitter.com/beaureports
In Season 2 Episode 10, Casey Reierson joins Tori Cameron to chat about being a STEAM teacher. Casey teaches 4th & 5th graders in Minnesota, USA. Tori and Casey talk X-STEAM (gifted program), drones, robotics, student run news programming, hosting a girls STEAM club and much more! This episode is jam packed with incredible information and ideas for implementing STEAM in your classroom!
Casey's Classroom Website: https://sites.google.com/isd31.net/gdesteam
Casey's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mr_reierson
In Season 2 episode 9, Tori chats with Kim Zajac who is on the board of MassCUE. Kim and Tori discuss all things MassCUE (an organization in Massachusetts that helps to promote and support technology in education). They also chat about Sketchnoting, EdCamps, and getting involved in educational organizations outside of the classroom. This episode will leave you feeling motivated and eager to connect with other educators.
Connect with Kim on Twitter: twitter.com/ZajacSLP
Or on her website: mrszajacslp.weebly.com/blog
In Season 2 Episode 8, Tori chats with Danielle Boyer from Michigan, USA. Danielle is an 18 year old who is taking the STEM field by storm! Tori and Danielle talk about how useful cardboard is for creating and teaching, Lego Robotics, Robotic programming, homeschooling vs public school, taking a gap year between high school and college, and the importance of minorities and women in STEM fields. This episode is jam packed with incredible insight and knowledge from Danielle and will leave you motivated and excited for STEM!
Check out all of Danielle's awesome resources:
The STEAM Connection
Danielle's LinkedIn Page