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Careers in STEM: Creating Pathways for All Learners

Careers in STEM: Creating Pathways for All Learners

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 7!)  I recall […]

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5 Ideas for Preparing Students for the Future

5 Ideas for Preparing Students for the Future

Over the past year, there has been an increase in the discussion of how to prepare students for the future of work and the future of learning. With so many changes happening when it comes to education and technology, as educators we must focus on […]

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Early STEM Career Exploration

Early STEM Career Exploration

When we were kids we thought about future careers as a doctor or a lawyer or a teacher. Maybe we dreamed of being dancers or football players. Today, kids still think about those options, but they are quickly developing a growing knowledge of […]

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What skills will students need?

By Rachelle Dene Poth

About a year ago, I read about something called the “gig economy.” Not knowing what that meant, I turned to Google to do a search and within . 30 seconds, I had over 35 million results. After a more advanced search and […]

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Incorporating Career Relevance in the Classroom

Incorporating Career Relevance in the Classroom

In the world of standardized tests the content and skills, often called power standards, drive instruction and the focus for learning. This is critically important information for student success on tests and the data that determines school and […]

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