Stephen Brodbar

Stephen Brodbar

Expert Educator at Institute for Student Achievement

Location:
One Old Country Road Suite 250, Carle Place, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(516) 812-6700

General Information

Experience

Educational Consultant  - Teachers College

Educator  - American Museum of Natural History

Education

BS  - ceramic engineering , Alfred University

Affiliations

Trustee  - Cool Earth

Nobelist Mindset Program (Instructor and Advisory Board Member)  - New York Academy of Sciences

Professional Development Consultant for Science Education  - Generation Ready Inc

Recent News  

Stephen once tagged along on a Cool Earth press trip to the Amazon, moonlighting as a journalist, and has been with us ever since.
He calls New York City home (though one wonders why), where he works tirelessly developing Cool Earth's education initiative. He founded the Cool Earth Teacher Fellowship, a program - and heart's work - that supports the development of teachers through expeditionary learning experiences in the Amazon Rainforest. Stephen Brodbar Trustee, Cool Earth Action USA

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Stephen Brodbar, Education
Photograph of Stephen Brodbar Stephen works with teachers and schools, developing our education links and the Cool Earth Teacher Fellowship.

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STEPHEN BRODBAR
STEPHEN BRODBAR US Trustee and Director of Education, Cool Earth Action USA Stephen has experienced the field of education from three distinct perspectives: as a teacher in the New York City Public School system, as an instructor designing curriculum and professional development programs at the American Museum of Natural History and as a science education consultant in Standards based curriculum and STEM Education reform with schools throughout the United States, Peru, France and Southeast Asia. His interests include bringing scientists and teachers together in professional development settings to see the effects on pedagogy. Stephen is the Founding Director of the Cool Earth Teacher Fellowship, a program that supports the personal and professional development of secondary school teachers by providing expeditionary learning experiences in the Amazon Rainforest with scientists from the United States and Peru. Stephen is preparing to use this program as the basis for a future doctoral research.

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