lift-ED: Episode 6, Lynn Hanna : Conners-Emerson Elementary School, Bar Harbor, Maine

Lynn Hanna is a middle school science teacher at Conners-Emerson Elementary School in Bar Harbor, Maine. She has been participating in MMSA’s research to practice partnership, i2i, focusing on integrating computer science into the K-8 math/science curriculum. In this episode, Lynn reflects on the transition to remote learning and her attempts at pandemic-proof planning for the upcoming school year.

lift-ED is a bite-sized podcast about teaching and learning in STEM Education produced by the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance located in Augusta, Maine, USA.

Lifted is a collaborative effort of the staff at MMSA.   Interviewers include Rhonda TateHannah LarkinRebecca Clark Uchenna.  Audio editing is by Phelan Gallagher.  Video editing is by Sierra Toomey.  Post-production is by Gary Lewis.

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