We have all probably seen stories of high school athletes receiving dozens of offer letters from college programs.
As the presence of Educational Robotics in the classroom increases, so too do the responsibilities and concerns of educators, administrators, parents and students alike.
The skills required for today’s workforce are changing dramatically. Increasingly, workers are being asked to deal with new information, solve unstructured problems, and have strong interpersonal skills.
Just when you thought STEM couldn’t get any bigger, The New York Times recently identified the acronym and all it stands for, as the national priority in education.
No matter how long you’ve been teaching, you probably remember your first day – the excitement, the nervousness and the anticipation that all made the day unforgettable.
When I was a teen, riding in the car with my father was always an adventure. We didn’t have a cell phone, let alone GPS.