STEAM teacher, podcaster, and author, Tori Cameron, chats with us about learning how to fail, surrounding yourself with positive people, and the power of saying yes.'I think part of my job as STEAM teacher is really learning how to fail.' - @steamuptheclsrm from episode 150 of #TeachBetterTalk #Podcast #TeachBetter Click To Tweet
- 3:20 – Highlighting D. Valerie Camille Jones.
- 7:21 – Previewing the episode with Tori Cameron.
- 9:58 – Tori introduces herself.
- 12:05 – Talking about Tori’s podcast, “STEAM Up the Classroom.“
- 14:30 – Talking about how Tori started working with a school in Somalia.
- 16:35 – Tori’s failure: I’d love to chat about lessons that fail and how I teach my students that failure is ok. A huge part of STEAM is failing, fixing and trying again. We don’t even have erasers in the STEAM lab!
- 19:57 – What’s keeping Tori excited about education right now: STEAM lab- steam family event. I’m excited more schools and programs are integrating STEAM.
- 22:26 – Tori’s advice for teachers: Surround yourself with people are positive. It’s not always easy. Give yourself some grace.
- 24:16 – Talking about Tori’s book, and how YOU can win a FREE COPY.
- 27:14 – 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less.
- 31:08 – How to connect with Tori.
- EdTech Tool: Flipgrid
- Book: All Harry Potter.
- Who to Follow on Social Media:
- YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: Erika Sandstrom
- Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Greeting students everyday. Checking in on colleagues. Reaching out to PLN on Twitter.
- Best piece of advice you’ve ever received: Say yes and put yourself out there.
Links to Connect With Tori
- Website: steamuptheclassroom.com
- Twitter: @steamuptheclsrm
- Facebook Page: STEAM Up the Classroom
- Instagram: @steamuptheclassroom
- Podcast: STEAM Up the Classroom
- Book: “Awesome Brain Games for Kids STEAM Puzzles and Facts for Curious Minds”