Jennifer Jocz is a Research Associate at Education Development Center. Her current work focuses on research and evaluation to support science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) learning in both formal and informal settings. As a former biologist, Jennifer is familiar with both the excitement and challenges that come with learning and practicing STEM and is passionate about helping the public better understand, engage with, and enjoy STEM. In addition to her work in research and evaluation, Jennifer has also served as a museum educator and science communicator. She has worked with scientists from various disciplines to help them better communicate their work to the general public and co-led the development of a science festival to showcase STEM to the public.
As part of the Remake Learning Network, Jennifer hopes to connect with others to discuss ways to better engage learners of all ages in STEM learning.