No acronym is perfect. We use them because of our excessive need to categorize everything. I suggest we accept the […]
Archive for ‘STEM education’
Moving Forward . . . Change THEIR World
After the dawn of a new year, and the beginning of the second term of America’s first African-American President, it […]
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 […]
STEM plus the ARTS –
What does STEAM do for STEM? As a society that loves to jump on trends, often we […]
Musings of an Educator on a Mission – How To Make STEM a Reality
My passion is to improve education. Since I was young, I realized that education was the ticket to improving poverty […]
ART with SCIENCE-SCIENCE with ARTS — Justify Studying the ARTS?
This morning I saw this blog published two days ago on the New York Times blog about the benefits of […]
Curiosity as Inspiration — The Rover Roves!
I hope you are following the progress and success of the Mars Science Laboratory Rover Curiosity as she begins her […]
RIP Neil Armstrong – An American Hero and Inspiration
ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND I remember that night, almost like it was […]
The Battle of Education Reform — Aren’t we all on the same side?
There are a few contingents who promote their ideas for education reform as IT. No one seems to be willing to […]
GOOD NEWS! The Bobak Phenomenon
It’s all good. The focus on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), AKA CURIOSITY landing is great. Not only is it […]