PBIS

Dagan Merckler
What Happened to Elementary Science Student Dagan Merckler? Did He Succeed or Fail?
February 8, 2016 | By: Rachel Gearinger  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views

The internet is full of videos. Every once and a while you stumble upon a video that resonates with you, makes you think, and makes you ask questions. This is one such video, posted by elementary school science student Dagan Merckler.

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Children with Different Interests
3-Dimensional Learning in the NGSS: What Parents Need to Know
December 18, 2015 | By: Joshua Manley  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views

What is NGSS and how will they affect your child’s education at school and at home? Here’s the gist of it and some great resources for parents!

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Project Based Inquiry Science™ students.
Should Science Lab Curriculum Be a Recipe or an Exploration?
November 25, 2015 | By: Rachel Gearinger  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers

One science teacher recently launched a lively discussion on Reddit about the traditional, scientific method used to teach school science labs and how ineffective it has become.

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Finnish Classroom
Global Trends in Project Based Learning: From the UK, to Finland and Beyond!
June 26, 2015 | By: Kate Dougherty  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views

In the fast-changing global economy of today, where demands are high qualified STEM-job candidates, more school systems around the world adopting PBL.

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congressmen and obama
Do Politicians Really Care About STEM Education?

Should there be more dialog between politicians and STEM facilitators — that is, parents, teachers, administrators and students — at the grassroots level?

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Jean Pennycook
From the South Pole to Classrooms Around the World – Jean Pennycook’s Penguin Science Inspires All
March 4, 2015 | By: Willow Becker  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views, Tools for Teachers

Researcher and teacher Jean Pennycook uses her fascinating work with Adélie penguins to inspire budding scientists around the world.

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PBIS Closes Learning Gaps in Science Education – Score!
February 24, 2015 | By: IAT Staff  
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Category: PBIS, Research, STEM News & Views

Not only did science students perform better using PBIS curriculum, but research shows that boys and girls performed, learned and tested at similar rates, as did students from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.

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Parents, Please do not be Fooled
November 19, 2014 | By: Laurie Kreindler  
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Category: PBIS, STEM News & Views

Today we are finding that while STEM and PBL are taking hold, there is too little clarity on what STEM and PBL actually mean.

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