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Podcast: Rebecca Amis on Taking Student-Centered Learning Global

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The Getting Smart team talks about student-centered learning with Rebecca Amis the co-founder of MUSE School in Calabasas, California.

Creating a Makerspace That Works

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Jamie Back shares her recent learnings about setting up, maintaining, and working with students and faculty in her school’s makerspace.

Podcast: Jo Boaler On the Limitless Mind and Learning Math That Matters

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Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University talks about the limitless mind and learning math that really matters.

Podcast: Chad Dorsey on Modeling and Data Science in STEM Education

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On this week's podcast, Tom talks with Chad Dorsey, the President, and CEO of the Concord Consortium about data science and STEM education.

The Value of a STEM/Humanities Partnership

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STEM/humanities partnerships are a great way to model the importance of valuing the diversity that all disciplines bring to the table.

18 Resources to Get Students Coding This Year

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Teaching students about coding and computational thinking can be daunting. Check out these resources to learn to code at all levels.

Integrating Computational Thinking into Math Classes

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Change in the education system takes time, but you can integrate computational thinking into your math class now, with these tools and tips.

Where the STEM Workforce is Headed and What Society Must Do to Get There

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By: J. Aglio et al. Our STEM education needs to keep pace to avoid an increasingly growing shortage of STEM workers. Six tips to help prepare your students.

How a STEAM-Integrated Environment is the Classroom Makeover You Really Need

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By: J. Aglio et al. STEAM integration can foster a love for lifelong learning. That's why educators should upgrade their curriculum with STEAM. Here's how.

Rethinking STEM Preparation from Educator to Student

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By: K. Lauth et al. To keep pace with economic demands and industry needs, we should rethink STEM and computer science (CS) preparation now.

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