A week does not pass that I don’t receive an inquiry or two about STEAM. What is it? How do […]
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ARE WE MISSING THE STEAM BOAT?
I just finished reading a very important article from SLATE writer and Future Tense researcher, Anna Feldman. It is HERE. This article is important as it […]
TO AP or NOT AP — Are AP Courses a “Value Added” to STEM Education?
There are many questions in my mind today as a parent of a high school senior. I wonder if his […]
Improving Teacher Quality is Essential — Are We Missing the Point?
You can have the greatest programs in the world-tried and tested but if they are not implemented with great instruction, […]
My “Ah-Ha” Moment about Teacher Preparation and Quality
Anyone interested in education reform should be thinking about what makes a good, great teacher? How does one train? What […]
YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE MISSING!
IT’S THE ARTS! ENGAGEMENT! PASSION! CONNECTION! LEARNING WITH RIGOR AND PURPOSE! I am asked over and over again, how can […]
Is Being Poor the Hardest Job in America?
Reality Check: Is Being Poor the Hardest Job in America? It is another day and I am running around doing […]
STEM is MORE than Science!!
My brain has been on fire about this subject. It doesn’t have to be STE[a]M and it isn’t just STEM. […]
The Importance of the Scientific Method for Learning and Life
The scientific method is a time-tested method of discovery. It is the foundation used to investigate, refine and communicate new […]
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 […]