Eugene Kim

In addition to a Master's degree of Education, I worked five years before joining YHIS as a professional meteorologist that needs praxis of in-depth knowledge in Applied Physics and Computer Science. The proliferation of models of STEM curriculum creates general confusion and requires clarification. STEM is NOT a program that one subject overrules others. Rather, consilience, or unity of knowledge, asks students how to integrate with one another. This tiny change of mindset ignites a huge flare. Students will realize what is ‘precious' and demonstrate their knowledge to 'serve others' through various forms/patterns of experience in ’their individual life’.

Eugene Kim
Secondary STEM teacher
South Korea

M.Ed. Teaching and Learning, Liberty University, VA, USA
B.S. Systems Biology, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
Long Reach High School, MD, USA