Survey: Students Choosing Online Programs Closer to Home [Schaffhauser]

Survey: Students Choosing Online Programs Closer to Home — from campustechnology.com by Dian Schaffhauser   Mentioned in that article: ONLINE COLLEGE STUDENTS 2019: Comprehensive Data […]

Recommended books from RetrievalPractice.org

Recommended books from RetrievalPractice.org Check out our recommended books and reports that describe research on the science of learning and provide practical tips for classroom […]

American students have changed their majors [Fox]

American students have changed their majors — from bloomberg.com by Justin Fox Health professions are in, education and the humanities are out. Here are some […]

Refining the Art of Storytelling to Support Women in STEM

By Erin Twamley and Joshua Sneideman Stories are important. Before there was a written language there was storytelling. Telling stories about women in math and […]

What if a chemistry lab student could turn on the AR cloud to see how to use the equipment & how an experiment was supposed to be done? [Christian]

From DSC: First of all, an article: The four definitive use cases for AR and VR in retail — from forbes.com by Nikki Baird Excerpt […]

Following Science in Space: NASA’s Asteroid Mission

Love space science? Follow us on Instagram for live STEM events throughout the year, including the SpaceX Crew Dragon test flight on March 2, 2019. […]

Does Science Still Need the Scientific Method?

What does this mean for our science teachers that are still using the scientific method as the basis...

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching.

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching. — from wakelet.com   Dual coding is simply combining verbal […]

14+ Fabulous Valentine’s Day STEAM Activities Students Will Love

“The heart has its reasons that reason knows nothing of.” – Blaise Pascal Valentine’s Day is around the corner! This holiday is a great time […]

Tiny microbots fold like origami to travel through the human body [Torbet]

Tiny microbots fold like origami to travel through the human body — from digitaltrends.com by Georgina Torbet Excerpt: Tiny robots modeled after bacteria could be […]

Towards a Reskilling Revolution: Industry-Led Action for the Future of Work [WEF]

Towards a Reskilling Revolution: Industry-Led Action for the Future of Work — from weforum.org As the Fourth Industrial Revolution impacts skills, tasks and jobs, there is growing […]

6 key trends to 21st century teaching [edsurge.com]

6 key trends to 21st century teaching — from edsurge.com Excerpt: It’s popular these days to complain that college teaching hasn’t changed in hundreds of […]

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