August 21, 2014
Thomasville, GA - Leigh Anne Ramsey of Brookwood School was just one of 50 teachers selected to participate in the Siemens STEM Institute in D.C.
The week long program looks for teachers across the country who want to improve STEM learning in the classroom
"The hardest part about STEM is that it's not just following a step by step procedure in the classroom, like we're going to do this lab, first thing measure this, second thing do this. It's coming up with a solution to a problem and letting the students come up with that," said Ramsey.
Ramsey went to the conference a week before school started. She told us Brookwood is working to improve their STEM program.