Top 4 STEM Career Fields (Plus Some You May Have Not Considered)

Posted by Jamie LaGesse on May 23, 2018 10:05:14 AM

As teachers, we often struggle with student buy-in and engagement. We've heard the question many times: "why do I need to learn this?"

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Topics: Tips for the Classroom, Tips for the Student, Tips for the Teacher

4 Effective Alternatives to Multiple-Choice Assessments

Posted by Jamie LaGesse on May 10, 2018 9:46:54 AM
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What is STEM? Settling into a Definition that Works

Posted by Jamie LaGesse on May 4, 2018 12:55:18 PM

If you were to ask teachers, parents, or students this question, you would get a wide variety of responses:

"Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math."

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Topics: Tips for the Student, Tips for the Teacher, Uncategorized

Putting the "T" in STEM on a Shoestring Budget

Posted by Marissa Alonzo on Apr 18, 2018 2:05:37 PM
Putting technology in STEM

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How to connect STEM to your Standards

Posted by Amanda James on Aug 28, 2017 12:12:42 PM

Most teachers we talk to agree that their students struggle with critical thinking, problem-solving ability, and reasoning. We also know that many students lack the skills they need to read information, extract important points within the text, and synthesize what they have read (Barrow, 2006).

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What is Mastery Learning in STEM?

Posted by Amanda James on Jul 27, 2017 1:32:49 PM

One of the biggest challenges teachers face in the classroom is ensuring learning for all. What do I do if some of the students get it and others do not? How do I challenge the students that grasp the content at a faster rate than other students? How can I support my struggling students who get lost early in the material but do not ask for help? How can I challenge my students to think critically and problem solve? What activities can I use to provide my students with creative opportunities while still interacting with content?

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Topics: Tips for the Student, Tips for the Teacher

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