For science teachers implementing NGSS, finding fun, engaging, engineering activities that students will enjoy can be challenging. Creating contests is a great way to engage students of all ages.
Science Instructional Specialist Amanda Wilson is just as passionate about science as she is about helping teachers implement great STEM curricula.
As an integral part of the IAT Professional Learning team, Gary is in the trenches of science education working with teachers in grades K-12 and he loves every minute of it.
Should there be more dialog between politicians and STEM facilitators — that is, parents, teachers, administrators and students — at the grassroots level?
“Making changes and changing the way we make… those were the prevalent themes at last week’s NSTA STEM Forum in Expo in Minneapolis.” — NSTA
“We are thrilled to welcome Jim Short and Cary Sneider to our Board of Directors. As respected and innovative leaders in science education, they bring with them decades of invaluable experience…”
In her recent interview with Katie Krimistos (host of “Biz Women Rock”), Laurie Kreindler offers a compelling and nuanced look at the evolution of her lifelong entrepreneurial path from telling stories through film, to telling stories through problem-based, STEM curricula.
What role did math have in the star-studded resume of this next generation engineering hero? And why does Rex (and students like him) inspire us all? Read on to find out!