It’s Time For – Hour of Code (STEM Everyday #34)

December 8, 2015

It is pretty safe to say that we all  want t our students to be employable when they graduate, however have we introduced them to what is needed in the job force?  Take for instance 67% of  all new jobs in STEM deal with computing.  Now here comes the kicker,  only 8% of STEM graduates are in computer science.  (These statistics came from Join Chris Woods as he address how we need to get coding with our kiddos since only 1 […]

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Chris Woods and Marion Leary Reflect On STEM At Disney (STEM #33 Recap)

December 7, 2015

They say if you have a job you love you will never work a day in your life.  That must be true for Lindsay Mullen, an enginEAR from Disney.  Join Chris and Marion as they reflect on all the wonderful STEM opportunities that are at Disney. For the original podcast with Lindsay Mullen go to: You can reach Marion Leary at: Facebook Twitter You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe to receive an email of […]

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Lindsay Mullen – The Wonderful World of STEM At Walt Disney World – STEAMrollrs Special Edition (STEM Everyday #33)

December 4, 2015

Look around, it is everywhere.  Thats right, STEM, or may we say STEAM can be found all over Disney World.  Join guest host Marion Leary, host of as she visits with Lindsay Mullen, an enginEAR from Disney. Lindsay shares some of the background of some of Disney’s creations that show just how diverse the STEM field can be. We are familiar with the artistic side of Disney, but most of us don’t realize how deeply rooted the STEM fields are […]

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PowerUP CEO Shai Goitein And The Paper Drone (STEM Everyday #32)

November 11, 2015

For some of us folding a paper airplane that can actually fly across the room is a huge challenge.  Guess what,  Shai Goitein, CEO of PowerUp Toys is realizing a childhood dream in his own company now, which he founded in 2011.  PowerUp Toys brings homemade paper toys into the future by adding next generation mobile controls, propulsion and tools to take imagination to new heights. Who would have thought that you can actually control a paper airplane, much less be able to stream video […]

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Juliana Reyes – Philly (STEM Everyday Special STEAMrollrs #4)

November 6, 2015

STEM Everyday’s  guest host, Marion Leary, has once again an outstanding podcast with Juliana Reyes a member of and reporter for the Philly team. Juliana Reyes has been covering the Philadelphia tech scene since 2012. She’s is a two-time Philadelphia News Award winner for “Community Reporting of the Year” as well as the co-president of the Asian American Journalists Association, Philadelphia chapter. grows local technology communities by connecting organizations and people through news, events and services. They provide unique editorial, […]

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Try Turning It Off and Powering Down (STEM Everyday #31)

November 2, 2015

Even though each new, more complex electronic device promises to make the logistics of our lives a snap, they may actually tie us into never-ending webs. Listen in as Chris Woods shares how his school dedicated a day to turning off and powering down those iPads and smart phones. Written, Performed & Directed by Gary Turk. Website: You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe to receive an email of future podcasts.

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Stephanie Evans – Aerospace Engineer And Proponent For Women In STEM (STEM Everyday Special STEAMrollrs #3)

October 2, 2015

With the announcement that salty liquid water flows on Mars new debates about whether the Red Planet’s environment could support life are sparked.  This exciting information is now stimulating conversations and learning opportunities in the class room. In this special episode Marion Leary visits with Steph Evans an advocate for women in the STEM fields.  Steph herself is active in the STEM fields since she is a systems engineer and rocket scientist. Lets get nerdy and hear what this young rocket scientist […]

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Marion Leary Talks To Astronaut Abby – 18 Year Old Aspiring NASA Astronaut (STEM Everyday Special #2)

September 4, 2015

So many young people have dreams, but are too afraid to follow them. Join Chris Woods and Marion Leary as they visit with Astronaut Abby, a 18 year old that has known what she has wanted to do with her life since she has been five years old. Abigail Harrison is a girl with a dream of becoming a NASA astronaut and being the first astronaut to Mars. With a dream like that Abby realizes it takes setting goals and working […]

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Quick Question with Eric Nentrup (PracticingPBL #11)

August 14, 2015

How do we redirect teachers and/or students when they have the temptation to fall away from the rigors and tasty challenges of PBL back into “playing school.”  Eric takes us on a journey of both teachers and students and why they might find themselves stepping back from PBL and moving back into a more familiar way of doing school. He highlights balancing innovation and the realities of daily life, both for himself as a coach and teacher, and for students. […]

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Help Elementary Ed Fit STEM In The Classroom (STEM Everyday #29)

August 10, 2015

STEM is all around us.  You don’t have to look far to see fun and exciting science and technology items.    In this episode Chris encourages you to look around your district to discover items and  share them with the younger students and encourage them to discuss the math and engineering behind that item.  Challenge their thinking and let them explore ways to use their developing skills. You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe […]

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