What is art? How do you define it? Can you define it? Is there art everywhere? This […]
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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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
“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 […]
What Does Blended Learning Look Like?
Photo: Wikipedia Answer the following Question: Blended Learning __________________. a) Uses technology as an part of the classroom learning, and […]
TIPS TO IMPROVE CRITICAL THINKING IN ARTS EDUCATION
Arts education is not arts and crafts. Arts and crafts may have a benefit for many–very useful for social/emotional wellness […]