I love that this is the latest initiative, flavor of the month, and certainly it is a good one. How […]
Archive for ‘STEM education’
The Legacy Of Sally Kristen Ride
I was very sad to hear of the untimely death of Sally Ride. We lost a great American, teacher and […]
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 […]
Reflection on Arts in Education TODAY
I just finished listening to the arts in education discussion group from the Aspen Ideas Festival 2012. The panel was […]
“NAPE Reveals shallow grasp of Science” – NOT A SURPRISE – NOW WHAT??
I know this news appears all bad, and I want to say maybe it isn’t great, but I believe there […]
Are We Cultivating the Best and the Brightest?
Much of the focus in recent years is raising the level of achievement in underperforming schools. This improvement zeroes in […]
Do We Still Believe in Science? Fire Up Science in Learning! Make Science the New Black!
Why do kids lose their enthusiasm for science? It seems to me in preschool and elementary school that science excites […]
Never Be Afraid To Be In Awe Of The Infinite Possibilities
What inspires you? What vision makes you stop and think — think about who you are, what you are and […]
So, now instruction and class size don’t matter. . . We need to make sure all children have two parents!
I don’t know what to say about this comment. It would be my hope that anyone who has the education, […]
Why Are The Energy Companies Promoting Education? Exxon Mobil Kid Friendly?
Has anyone else been puzzled by the recent bevy of ads from Exxon Mobil touting the need for better education […]