Editorial Team

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Chemistry Get Its Groove Back – Thanks to Project-Based, Active Learning
October 20, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers

Thanks to project-based, inquiry learning, students are embracing chemistry like never before. Here’s how!

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INFOGRAPHIC: Games vs Game-based Learning vs Gamification
October 10, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: EdTech, STEM News & Views

In mainstream media, there’s no shortage of buzz on games, game-based learning, and gamification. But how many people know the difference between the three?

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Create a Math Circle Students Will Love
October 8, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: IMP, Math

If you want to know how to create a great math circle students will love, check out this infographic for a great outline of how to get started!

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Silencing Students in Class: Turning the Page on an Outdated Teaching Method
September 30, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: IMP, Math, Professional Developmet

Teacher Michael Reitemeyer shares his personal evolution from silencing students, to giving them a platform to find and express their voice.

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Tackling the Digital Divide & Closing the Opportunity Gap in STEM Education
by Dr. Damon Williams
September 11, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: STEM News & Views

The education system is often blamed for the skills gap seen in STEM areas, but that learning cannot be solely limited to the classroom.

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Can Schools Conquer Their Computer Science Demons? NY Tech Meetup Members Discuss
September 4, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: Engineering, Professional Developmet, STEM News & Views, Uncategorized

Computer science education is notoriously difficult to implement effectively. Doing so in a way that attracts girls and minority students to the field presents an additional challenge. While schools across the country are working hard to confront these issues, the numbers are less than encouraging.

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Kicking Off Summer Professional Development with the NY STEM Institute

Just because school’s out, doesn’t mean learning stops! We’re excited to participate in NYDOE’s 2015 Summer STEM Institute professional development.

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Helping Students with Autism Succeed in STEM – Our Next-Generation Problem Solvers!
April 10, 2015 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: Research, STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers, Uncategorized

Our next generation of 21st century problem-solvers and innovators will be more diverse than ever before. Here’s how we can help students with autism reach their full potential.

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