curriculum

Road to Nowhere
Navigating The Bumpy Road to Successful Math Reform – Are We There Yet?
November 19, 2015 | By: Gerald Aungst  
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Category: Math, STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers

We’ve begun to rely heavily on purchased, packaged programs that give teachers turn-by-turn directions without giving them enough to get to know the map.

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The Incomparable Gary Curts: Helping STEM Educators Change the Game

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.

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Why Jo Boaler is a Big Fan of IMP Math Curriculum (and why you should be too!)

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.

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7 Red-Hot Project-Based Learning Trends to Ignite Your STEM Classroom in 2015
January 6, 2015 | By: Willow Becker  
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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.

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Perspectives on the Interactive Mathematics Program
November 25, 2014 | By: Editorial Team  
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Category: IMP, IMP Alumni, Math, STEM News & Views

Current Ph.D. student Leslie Myint shares her experience as a high school math student using Interactive Mathematics Program® (IMP) curriculum.

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Curriculum
Defining a Curriculum: One Teacher’s Unique Perspective
October 16, 2014 | By: Willow Becker  
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Category: IMP, Math, STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers

It’s easy to identify a curriculum that consists of a textbook and a packet of worksheets. Yet, many forward-thinking math and science teachers are finding that current curriculum doesn’t engage students enough.

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Science vs. Engineering: An Expert Untangles a Curriculum Conundrum
March 12, 2014 | By: Cary Sneider  
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Category: Engineering, STEM News & Views

The Next Generation Science Standards requires that students also learn about engineering design. Here are tips for educators on implementing engineering design.

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