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Real Talk in Education: Empowering Students in STEM

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Learning best practices in science and math education by two experts in their fields in an interactive discussion.

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Welcome to the Real Talk in Education series

Are you interested in learning more on how to bring excitement, variation, and success into your math and sciences classes on the regular? How are you empowering your students in the classroom? Then our next two speakers have got you covered.

Our next webinar is host to two multiple award-winning teachers who have been celebrated globally for their accomplishments both inside and outside of the classroom. We are very lucky and excited to announce:


Dr Prajea holds a PhD in Mathematics and is currently teaching mathematics in the United States. She has contributed to over 40 course books and has taught in different countries. A few of her accomplishments are:

  • Top 50 Finalist GLOBAL TEACHER PRIZE
  • Global e-Innovation Award, India
  • Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, US
  • Global Math Project Ambassador, US


Currently working as an elementary school science teacher, Soskil is inspiring students and teachers alike to be agents of change in education. He has been recognized by the White House and National Science Foundation with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. Beyond this impressive recognition, Soskil is a:

  • 2017-18 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year
  • Global Teacher Prize finalist
  • Designated as one of the top ten teachers by the Varkey Foundation
  • Co-authored "Teaching in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Standing at the Precipice"
  • Advisory board member to the Vice-President of the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Teachers Advisory Committee

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Please register for the webinar using the ticket link in this event.

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