The Official Biography
Eric A. Walters serves as the Director of STEM Education at Marymount School of New York, where he teaches AP Physics, Honors Physics, Atmospheric Science and Videography: Shot on iPhone. An Apple Distinguished Educator, Eric believes that transformative teaching and learning occurs when students construct their own knowledge, collaborate with peers and then receive authentic feedback on their work. Eric also serves as moderator for the Student Tech Team @ Marymount, which plans the annual STEMxYouth Summit, a day-long celebration of STEM careers and learning experiences. Eric is also the co-Director of the MLI @ MMT, who hosts monthly online conversations focusing on new paradigms in teaching and learning and has published three books: From Prototype to Pitch, Volumes 1 and 2 as well as Innovative Teaching and Learning: Disrupting the K-12 Classroom. Eric has a B.S. in Meteorology from UMassLowell; an MS in Atmospheric Science from SUNY-Albany; a professional certificate in online education from UCSD; and a certificate in television writing from UCLA.
University of California – Los Angeles. 2012-2014.
Professional Certificate: Writer’s Program, Television Sitcom Writing
University of California – San Diego. 2009-2010.
Professional Certificate. Online Education
State University of New York at Albany. 1986 to 1988.
Master of Science: Atmospheric Science.
University of Massachusetts at Lowell. 1982 to 1986.
Bachelor of Science: Meteorology