Mia Dubosarsky is the Director of Professional Development. In this role, she oversees the development and facilitation of STEM-focused professional development workshops for PK-12 teachers and administrators across the country and internationally.
Mia has been a science and STEM educator for more than 25 years. Early in her career, she founded and managed a science education enrichment enterprise for young children, called Discoveries, which engaged children in exploring science phenomena through stories, games, and experiments. Mia also led the collaborative development of Seeds of STEM, an integrated STEM curriculum for early childhood classrooms. Seeds of STEM was developed by a team of teachers and researchers, and tested in 40 Head Start classrooms. Seeds of STEM is now available for classroom implementation.
Mia received a BA in Biology from Israel’s Institute of Technology (Technion) and a doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction (science education) from the University of Minnesota.