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I’m Meg of Browne’s Bunch of STEM

I’m obsessed with coffee, messy buns, and educating the next generation of scientists, mathematicians, thinkers, and doers. 

I currently teach 6th Grade Earth & Space Science but I got my roots in Kindergarten. The switch led me to creating Browne’s Bunch of STEM because I recognized the importance of quality science instruction in the elementary years.

With me you’ll learn the ins and outs of the engineering design process, incorporating STEM into other subjects, and using the Next Gen Science Standards in the way they were intended.


Educational Background

I attended Rowan University for my Bachelor’s in Elementary Education. I received a second Bachelor’s Degree in Math & Science. I can teach K-6 and Middle School Math & Science


Favorite Teaching Topic

I lucked into the right job because I LOVE outer space. There is something so extraordinary about being located on Earth when in comparison we are so small in the grand scheme of the Universe. Being able to go in depth in 6th grade has been so much fun.

Teaching Philosophy

 Science education is all about doing.

We “do” science by making our students responsible for uncovering concepts through observation and discovery.

Students participate in investigating different scenarios or phenomena to see how our world works.

As teachers, we stand as a guide to point students in the right direction but not tell them the correct answer.

We encourage perseverance, grit, and integrity as students push through challenging obstacles in their way.

We impower our students to make the most out of their education by allowing them to be the scientists.

Educator Milestones

Presented for SDE’s Kindergarten Conference about bringing STEM into your Literacy Block

Awarded Teacher of the Year 2019

Favorite Memory

 On the 50th day of school I transformed my classroom into a 50s Diner. We wore poodle skirts, made rootbeer floats, danced, and laughed all day long. I surprised the kids and played old vinyls on a record player my coworker lent me. It’s something I will never forget!

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