STEM Magazines are monthly electronic subscription publications available to individual schools. Entire districts or custom state versions with unlimited electronic distribution are also available to every educator, student, parent and supporter of your school(s).
About the publisher:
Wayne Carley is the publisher and senior editor for all content in S.T.E.M. Magazine. First, Wayne Carley has been an educator for over 17 years spanning grades 1st through college. Furthermore, since 2006, Wayne has focused on S.T.E.M. related curriculum in Georgia, and served as the lead S.T.E.M. instructor for grades 6 through adult at the National STEM Academy at Robins Air Force Base. Wayne has taught S.T.E.M. to over 91,000 students giving him unique exposure to the classroom environment and culture of public and private schools. This overview has influenced his perception of strengths and weaknesses in education paving the way to S.T.E.M. Magazines, the product of those observations and concerns.
Most of all, S.T.E.M. Magazine believes that the key to success in seeing higher graduation rates, and as a result, improved testing results and a strong national workforce rests in the hands of the teacher. The example and inspiration of individual educators carries tremendous weight on a daily basis, greatly impacting the quality and effectiveness of the classroom environment. The atmosphere and tone of the class directly influences the learning and retention process of students. Since most every career field using STEM skills, consider their value as well as your perception, hence, changing STEM where you are.
The diversity of authors is one of STEM Magazines strongest facets. Professors from MIT, Ga. Tech, UCLA and more, give deep value to articles used in the classroom. Industry professional offer a current glimpse into today’s needs and potential future considerations as we prepare our students for their career paths. Hence the need for curiosity by students. Foremost, the educator must know how to generate curiosity by remaining curious themselves. Once curious, both educator and student need to investigate….explore the known while imagining the unknown. Curiosity that leads to investigation often results in imagination that leads to innovation, the final application.
That being said, STEM Magazine hopes to trigger that curiosity in search of innovation resulting in solutions to global problems.