Tag Archive for ‘STEM education’
Should we be inventing reasons to keep arts education alive?
I read a blog post today that questioned many of the ideas used to promote music ( and arts) education. […]
What Are the Essential Issues Facing Schools and Education?
I read today that the public puts Education right behind the economy and jobs as what concerns them. There are […]
How to Create “Learners for Life?”
What better intent can any educator imagine than creating “life long learners” for any age level? The ideal is to […]
Ready for Takeoff…It’s Launch Time! No More Excuses! Quality Education Only!
Okay! We are ready. I am not listening to any more excuses. I don’t want to hear “This is not […]
HOW TO USE MUSIC TO IMPROVE MATH SKILLS
Using music to improve math skills is such an obvious integration of the arts with academics. The fact that many […]
Thinking about Educational Budget Cuts . . . . SERIOUSLY?
I TRY TO REMAIN OPEN-MINDED. I have my political affiliations and I believe in my viewpoint, but I am never […]
Are We Ready for Blended Learning? Time to CHANGE “What to Learn?”
Picture this: Students sitting on the floor in groups in a classroom. Everyone is busy and engaged. Many are using […]
Who Do You Want To Teach Your Child?
What are the qualities of a good teacher? Focus on what a teacher should be, not what they aren’t. Qualities […]
Teacher Morale Down? No Money, Curriculum Confusion- Let’s solve it!
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire -William Butler Yeats Teaching is […]