We weren’t surprised to see Teri Owens participating in the #MTBoS Blogging Challenge. But it was her answer to Week 2 of the Challenge that blew us away. Go Teri!
While math circles have been in Eastern Europe for over a century, they only reached U.S. shores 20 years ago. They have been growing steadily in popularity ever since. How do you start a math circle that students will love?
Teacher Michael Reitemeyer shares his personal evolution from silencing students, to giving them a platform to find and express their voice.
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.
We’ve been taking notes on what teachers and experts are saying on the Web and in social media about their tips and tricks on how to help students improve their note-taking. Here’s the gist of it!
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.
The evidence is in, and passive learning is decidedly passé. Here’s why and what’s replacing it.