I know it has been a very long time since I blogged. I think I ran out of new things […]
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DESIGN, RHYTHM AND MOVEMENT: KEY COMPONENTS OF STEM
Entice, engage, enhance and expect results? We all know and understand that STEM education needs to be a part of […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
International Women’s Day– Celebrate a Young Woman and Dare Her To Dream
In some ways, the idea that we need to have a day to celebrate women or a month, March is […]
Education Is The Ticket OUT
Educators and administrators get bogged down with the daily doing of education. They need to enforce discipline and rules, worry […]
Pink Legos? Yes, there are pink Legos! The Latest Controversy?
Toys have always fascinated me. Children learn from play and it helps to formulate their ideas, devise challenges and of […]
What Will the NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS do for Education?
I am truly excited about the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Maybe that is funny or strange, however The US […]