Even as colleges pledge to improve, share of engineering and math graduates who are Black declines [Newsome]

Even as colleges pledge to improve, share of engineering and math graduates who are Black declines — from hechingerreport.org by Melba Newsome; with thanks to […]

DC: Several items that (again) point out the need to tread lightly with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and the future of national security — from news.asu.edu Excerpt: Artificial intelligence is a “world-altering” technology that represents “the most powerful tools in generations […]

5 Ways Educators & Parents Can Encourage Student Interest in STEM

By Nhon Ma  Perhaps even more than any other field, STEM sectors have a bright future ahead. While the US job market is projected to grow […]

Good morning from El Paso! We are proud to announce"...

Good morning from El Paso! We are proud to announce" miniCAST 2021 El Paso: In Our Backyard" Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the Undergraduate Learning […]

What’s New: Meteorology Honors

Weather can seem unpredictable, but with historic data and powerful technology, professionals are able to provide daily forecasts and severe weather updates to people around […]

Five Podcasts for Elementary Learners

Podcasts can be a great way to learn new things, be entertained, or get informed. Whether you’re relaxing, working, or running errands, you can listen […]

Travel from home: 13 virtual museums and galleries to tour [Paez Bowman]

Travel from home: 13 virtual museums and galleries to tour — from millionmilesecrets.com by Cynthia Paez Bowman; with thanks to Tatiana Rosado Vidal for this […]

20 of the best free science apps for iPad & iOS [TeachThought Staff]

20 of the best free science apps for iPad & iOS — from teachthought.com by TeachThought Staff Excerpt: The ease-of-use and engagement factor of an […]

FLVS Student Receives Full Scholarship to Princeton

Of 3.2 million high school graduates in the United States, 2.1 million (66.2 percent) will enroll in college. Princeton University, a private Ivy League research […]

Exploring STEAM Topics with Google Arts & Culture

When it comes to science education, Google Arts & Culture is brimming with possibilities. Previously known as the Google Art Project, this vast, interactive archive […]

#AR and #AI hit the active learning classroom! THIS is incredible technology/functionality! See through your instructor as they write on the board!

From DSC: THIS is incredible technology! Check out the Chroma-keying technology and the handwriting extraction feature of the Sony Analytics appliance. From Sony’s website (emphasis […]

TCEA 2021 Thought Leader Dr. Kate Biberdorf

Dr. Kate Biberdorf (aka Kate the Chemist) is a chemist, science entertainer, and professor. From talk shows to the classroom, she shares her love of […]

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