The scientific method is a time-tested method of discovery. It is the foundation used to investigate, refine and communicate new […]
Archive for ‘21st Century Education’
Does Pink Inspire or Reinforce Stereotypes?
I have been thinking about the “pink” thing for a long time. I don’t like pink, never really have. I […]
OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL – THE KEY TO BETTER EDUCATION
A discussion about education and education reform can run the gamut of ideas. Let’s create more accountability so we know […]
STEM Lessons from the Olympics
Watching the Olympic events coverage? It is a ritual for many to celebrate excellence in sport, and at the same […]
METAMORPHASIS: Consumer and Technical Education becomes a LEARNING STUDIO — STEM Literacy
Goal: To enable all students to be STEM literate to prepare for the world in which they will live and […]
Thoughts about what comprises a VALUE ADDED STEM Education: Use Growth Mindset and Divergent Thinking
Never Too Much Inspiration — Thanks @NASAJPL
I just returned from attending The Year of the Earth at The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. JPL is managed by […]
Can We Improve Student Achievement for At-Risk Students?
After thinking about the status of education in the United States for the past few years, as well as working […]
Beware the STEM Acronym–It is not just science and math!
Selling STEM to teachers, administrators and in some ways, the world, I run into all kinds of questions and opinions. […]
Calling all Girls — Carpe Diem — Seize the Day!
For many years, this phrase has been my guide post. I am not much of a risk taker in the […]