Growing Student Achievement Through STEM-Based PBL

By Meghan Raftery

 

Dr. Valencia Bradshaw may be a 14-year veteran of Fulton County Public Schools, the fourth-largest school system in Georgia, but she has not always been an educator. She spent 18 years in the financial management industry before […]

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Learning Experiences that Build Future-Ready Skills

By Rachelle Dene Poth

 

It is important for us as educators to continue to ask ourselves two questions: ​"How can we best prepare our students for the future?” ​and "How can we best prepare ourselves?" We have been looking toward the future, […]

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Careers in STEM: Creating Pathways for All Learners

By Jacie Maslyk

 

When I was in second grade, we had a project where we shared what we wanted to be when we grew up.  I remember having some very diverse interests and really didn’t know which career path was right for me (not to mention, I was only […]

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Why an Ecosystem Approach Advances STEM Learning

By Jacie Maslyk

 

Powerful learning does not happen in isolation.  This is especially true for our students, which is why STEM learning is so critical.  Learning within siloed subject areas does not allow students to see the interconnected nature of […]

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How you teach makes a difference

By Anne Jolly

 

Have you taught William?

Early in my teaching career, I remember walking into the school office with a bounce in my step – the holiday spirit everywhere! Student-made seasonal cards glittered on bulletin boards, a lighted tree […]

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