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.
Math teacher Teri Owens is slaying the ghost of traditional math curriculum using IMP and social media as her weapons of choice.
It’s Earth Day 2014 (#EarthDay). We spoke with Amanda K. Wilson, a science instructional specialist and former science teacher about Earth Day’s importance.
Category: STEM News & Views
This is the third post in our series exploring the definition of STEM education, wherein experts offer their perspective on the hot topic. Dr. Cary Sneider, Associate Research Professor at Portland State University, sets the record straight!
They are students and teachers. Entrepreneurs and evangelists. Reformers and bloggers. STEM-loving power brokers and Ph.D-having science geeks. Whether or not you agree or disagree with our list-makers: They’re a force to be reckoned with.
IT’S ABOUT TIME®, the pioneering STEM education publisher, has unveiled the lineup for its “Future of Education” workshops at this year’s National Science Teachers Association Conference (#NSTA14) in Boston.