Monthly Archives: March 2017

Models of teacher learning– What’s yours?

As one does, I found myself reading over the National Academies 2015 study on science teachers’ learning (you can download it here), and thinking again about the range of models of teacher learning that the MSPs and STEM-C projects include. … Continue reading

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Personalized: What questions to ask?

Personalized learning, and its close companion, “competency based learning,” are now the wave of the future, and indeed the very near future.  The Obama administration, in Race To The Top and ESSA  (Every Student Succeeds Act), supports it;  so do … Continue reading

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Questioning assumptions: Connectivity leads to prosperity

My title may not sound like there’s a connection with STEM education, but here’s the link, at least in my mind: Schools are under tremendous pressure to integrate more digital technology into the STEM curriculum — with special emphasis on Web-based … Continue reading

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