Beth Novick is an exemplary and highly effective Educator with several years of experience. She is equipped with an extensive knowledge of strategies and
techniques that enhance students/teachers’ academic and social growth. In the public school system, Beth has received several awards and recognition for contributing
to the Gifted Education, and for impacting the lives of students. Beth Novick demonstrates an exceptional leadership role towards the design, development and implementation
of several school and district projects. Such projects include the Green School Application process; Expansion of the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program; Establishing school
partnerships with North Bay, Camp Schmidt, Johns Hopkins, etc. She has also coordinated school and district events above and beyond contractual obligations such as
First Lego League Competitions, Future Cities Project/Competition, working with the PTA, etc.
Beth Novick collaborates regularly with teachers to share academic resources, provide extra support where it’s needed, and models effective teaching techniques.
She supports teachers’ continuous professional learning by linking school-based professional communities with external professional development
opportunities within the district and the state. Such opportunities provide new advances in knowledge, new tools and materials, knowledge of diverse students, networks,
partnerships, and subject matter experts (SME) contacts. Beth organizes and promotes activities that focus on teaching and learning of teachers, parents and students.
One of Beth Novick’s goal is to work with educators to design effective project-based learning experiences as a way to develop global competence in middle school students.
She works collaboratively with other school staff to create optimal learning experiences for students of all abilities. She establishes strong relationships and partnerships
with parents and other community members. She currently supervises students from local universities who are enrolled in education programs. She enjoys writing and managing grants for projects that support program initiatives. The influence of Beth Novick’s dynamic experience and expertise in and outside of the school system is considered a unique resource to STEMWonders! Beth Novick continues to inspire all students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers in a changing world.