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“Science, math and engineering can give you the exhilarating power to become not mere spectators or consumers, but the active explorers, makers and doers who will help invent the future.” – Susan Hockfield photo credit: 4-6 via photopin cc
The average teacher explains complexity; The gifted teacher reveals simplicity. – Robert Brault photo credit: Tulane Public Relations via photopin cc
“The American’s conception of the teacher who faces him is: he sells me his knowledge and his methods for my father’s money, just as the greengrocer sells my mother cabbage.” – Max Weber, “Science as a Vocation (Wissenschaft als Beruf),” … Continue reading
I’ve posted my notes from today’s #CFHE12 webinar to DropBox. The speakers’ programs were featured in Inside Higher Education a couple of weeks ago. College for America @SNHU: Walking the talk, Yvonne Simon, Southern New Hampshire University NAU: Personalized Learning, Fred … Continue reading
Here are my notes from the third session of this weekend’s Trinity HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.
My notes from the second session of Trinity’s HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.
Just sharing some notes from Trinity’s HHMI conference on Integrative Learning in STEM.