Andria Stammen manages the STEM Education program for Master of Education and Bachelor of Education preservice teachers' field experiences including evaluation and field experience data collection. As program manager, she facilitates collaboration between preservice teacher, mentor teachers, supervisors, and other stakeholders; evaluates and provides feedback on preservice teacher progress in the classroom and in coursework; mentors preservice teachers and serves as a resource of education-related knowledge; develops and leads weekly a professional development course; prepares preservice teachers for licensure/graduation assessments and the job-search process; and participates in curriculum and assessment development that supports preservices teachers' individual growth.
- PhD, STEM Education, The Ohio State University, anticipated Spring 2018
- MA, Educational Studies, The Ohio State University
- MEd, Adolescent to Young Adult Life Science Education, Wright State University
- BA, Biological Sciences, Wright State University
High School Science Teacher at Heath City High School, Celina Senior High School, and Elmwood Local High School.
- Middle School Life Science Concept Inventory (MS-LSCI) Research Project Leader
- Modeling Biology Instruction: Leaders in Science and Engineering (MoBILiSE) Research Project Member
- Ohio State Teaching and Learning Student Ambassador
- Secondary Biology Concept Inventory (S-BCI) Research Project Member
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Educators & Researchers (STEMERs-OSU) Member
Favorite aspect of Ohio State
My favorite aspect of Ohio State is the large variety of experiences and resources available for our students. I value our wonderful faculty and staff who take pride in providing learning opportunities that help support each student’s growth into being a prepared first year educator. I also value Ohio State’s partnerships with area school districts and their teachers who serve as highly respected mentors to our students.