Inventor Terry Layne’s life story has many important messages for STEM educators and students about curriculum and careers. Lane’s portable liquid chromatograph, recognized by the InnoVision Awards, is inexpensive and suitable for classroom use.
Category: STEM By Design
From her position as a STEM curriculum developer for an NSF-funded program and close watcher of developments in STEM learning nationwide, science educator Anne Jolly offers five predictions about the path STEM education will follow in 2014.
Science educator Anne Jolly’s reflections on the upcoming year include a specific list of “hopes” for STEM leaders, teachers, and students. Taken together, they represent some of the best ideas for STEM “resolutions” you’re likely to find!
Student responses to a recent question posted by the NYT Learning Network confirm that coaching is the best teaching style for STEM subjects, writes science educator Anne Jolly in her MiddleWeb blog STEM by Design.
Guest blogger Carolyn DeCristofano shares ways that she and her curriculum writing colleagues have put math square in the middle of the STEM action.
Are there components that must always be in place for something to earn the STEM program label? STEM curriculum expert Anne Jolly identifies two essentials.
Does it make sense to incorporate the Arts into STEM studies? Despite STEAM’s growing popularity, blogger Anne Jolly finds resistance on both sides.
The “M” in STEM often feels like a footnote, says Martha Riecks, especially in math classrooms where students need more space to explore ideas & ask questions.
Anne Jolly offers her take on the debate over STEM education and the motives behind the movement to promote a STEM learning approach.
Anne Jolly doesn’t claim she knows the magic formula to produce a “perfect” STEM lesson, but the starter pack she shares here will get you well on your way.