By inviting math professionals into the classroom, students see that they, too, can work in these careers where the math they learn in class becomes the math they use at work, to solve big problems.
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.
Not all students are opting out of standardized testing. only did Newtown students persevere in common core math testing, but they embraced the process and succeeded. How did they do it?
I would say that IMP is the best high school math curriculum that I know of that really takes a problem-solving approach… So yes, I’m a big fan.
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.
If you thought project-based learning was gone, get ready to have your world rocked! These 7 trends prove that 2015 will be the year STEM goes PBL for good.
With passions and rhetoric on both sides of the isle pushing the boundaries of civil discourse, and with an overwhelming amount of information and misinformation being tossed back and forth, we decided to the topic of our STEM Reads roundup this week would be Common Core.