STEM Everyday #61: Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth

Wow!  Who knew you could fit so much into one podcast.  Chris talks with Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth, STEM instructor plus Film and Broadcasting at The STEM Academy in Savannah Georgia.  Participants use problem-based, project-based learning in a collaborative, modified flipped classroom to plan, create, and present film and broadcasting products while analyzing the film-making and broadcasting process and evaluating respected films from the American and international canon along with current technology innovations and trends.  Chris and Mary Ann talk about students doing projects for NASA, adding green screens to the classroom, overhead projectors, jumbotrons, and even some Latin.  All showing great examples of why using film and broadcasting in the classroom is a good thing.


Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth

Twitter: @MARogersSTEM
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Chris Woods

Host of the STEM Everyday Podcast
HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster
“STEM is everywhere…Let me help you see it & add it to your classroom.”
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