Welcome to Stemiverse Podcast episode 30.
In this episode, Dr Peter Dalmaris and Marcus Schappi talk with Stephen Hohm.
Steve is the Associate Pastor of LIFE Foursquare Church in Decatur, Illinois, USA.
He also teaches part-time at Decatur Christian School in Forsyth, Illinois. Steve has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mission Education from North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota (1984). He has over 30 years of teaching experience in various settings, including teaching various math and computer-related subjects.
Since 2012, Steve has operated a light and sound Christmas display with over 40,000 lights on more than 300 networked circuits syncopated with Christmas music and broadcast on a low-power transmitter for people to enjoy. The show runs every night in December, and is a special holiday event for hundreds of families in the community.
The private school where Steve teaches is expanding its curriculum to include STEM subjects, including Micro-controllers, Robotics, and Programming. Steve is creating the curriculum for the “Arduino Masters” class by gleaning from various sources and materials.
Steve is a teacher who loves to learn.
This is Stemiverse Podcast episode 30.
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