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The Silver Lining of the Pandemic: Implications for STEM Teacher Education

While it is clear that the pandemic wreaked havoc in many areas of education, there is a clear positive outcome of the pandemic – we realized that we can use technology to bring us closer, rather than to move us apart. It is very unfortunate, it took a disaster like COVID-19, to show us the possibilities and to convince us to consider using these modern tools to collaborate internationally. On Monday night, May 26, my colleague, prof. David Anderson and I were asked to give a talk to international STEM educators through the STEM Education Research Group: https://research.qut.edu.au/stemerg/ at the Queensland University of Technology. Prof. Bronwyn Ewing invited us to share our experience and research on online teacher education. As both David and I have been involved in multiple online graduate programs for STEM teachers, we were glad to participate. The presentation was recorded and we will share it with the community when it will become available online.

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