Pamela Dupre

I'm a STEM Master Teacher for grades 3 -5. I spend 3 weeks at 3 different schools on a rotation basis throughout the year. I have been fortunate to receive professional development with LEGO EV3 Mindstorm Robots, Little Bits, and Vernier Probeware. I love what I do! My husband is my biggest cheerleader. I am beyond excited to meet with other educators from all over the U.S. and spend a week immersed in science and math. Having access to so much information before the academy is just incredible. #MEMTA16 PS This year has brought a new challenge. We lost two elementary STEM Teachers and now each of us serves 4 schools. We spend one week at each school. Email and texting are essential to keep up with what is happening at each school. I've been working with teachers on choosing grants to write that will help them get the materials they want and need to enrich their STEM lessons. It's exciting to have Kindergarten teachers ask for my help!




Calcasieu Parish School Board

Recent Posts by Pamela

Yesterday, 1:23 PM in Hive Alive! Honey Bees Lesson Plan 5 lessons on the Honey Bee Bee Bodies Everybody Has a Job Tiny Bug Huge Roll Swarm How Honey is Made

Yesterday, 11:57 AM in Paleontology EXPLORE  the ways that paleontologists work, and the methods and tools they use to understand ancient life. LEARN  about Earth's history, ancient plants and animals, and changes to past climate and environments. PROTECT  our national parks, including fossils and the rocks in which they are found. Download the ...

Yesterday, 10:52 AM in Community Garden
I've had school gardens for years. The first place to look is your local Home Depot and Lowes or any other nurseries nearby. Contact the Kiwanas Club, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, local garden clubs, a local university, high school students in need of community service hours. Create a plan with your students, ask parents for help. Reach out to the community. Have a vision of what it should look like a...

Recent Reviews by Pamela

Wed May 17, 2017 3:20 PM
5 Engineering Design
This looks like a highly engaging lesson and there is no stretch of the imagination when engaging students in math, science, engineering, energy, and CER!

Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:43 AM
5 Wind at Work
Great article with details about how to make a wind turbine for students in 3-5 to explore how wind words and how wind can create energy that we can use. It is so much better to show children how things work than merely telling them! Great collection.

Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:16 AM
5 Use Those Temperature Probes
This is an engaging way to use Vernier Temperature Probes in a real-life application! I'm sharing this with the middle school teachers.

Recent Public Collections by Pamela


79 Resources

Assessment Questions and Rubric
Type: User uploaded resource

"Clicker" Cases: Introducing Case Study Teaching Into Large Classrooms
Type: Journal Article
Grade: College


11 Resources

track weather, weather articles, charts, cycles, climate

Weather Detectives: Searching for Cool Clues
Type: Journal Article
Grade: Elementary School

http://World Wide Weather: Involving students in GLOBE's real-life scientific research
Type: Journal Article
Grade: Elementary School

Rock N Roll

30 Resources

Meet the Flintstones

Rocks as Windows into the Past: Taking the idea of rocks as stories and developing a rock investigation
Type: Journal Article
Grade: Elementary School

Rock Solid
Type: Journal Article
Grade: Elementary School