Response to #multisensorylearning in #science!

I was recently tagged on LinkedIn to respond to an interesting question. Virtual learning has recently received a lot of attention for a variety of reasons. The pressure to move all learning online has created some interesting challenges, but with it, also opportunities to design and create innovative solutions. Creating learning programs focused on developing… Continue reading Response to #multisensorylearning in #science!

Curriculum, Engineering, K-12 Education, Sharing Learning, STEM, Uncategorized

Reverse Engineering for STEM Education

*Note:  My thoughts today... May change tomorrow... Let me know what you think... I'm inspired by the notion of reverse engineering...  If we imagine a future that engages all students in STEM learning which ultimately results in students making informed decisions about their own future... I imagine a STEM workforce that is diverse! If this… Continue reading Reverse Engineering for STEM Education

STEM, Uncategorized

If I were…

If I were back in a school... I might consider running an Introductory STEM course!  Description would be... Introduction to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics):  Exploring Innovation and Society Students will learn to use a variety of problem-solving tools including Innovation Design, Design Thinking, Computational Thinking and Engineering Design to identify, research and solve… Continue reading If I were…



Note:  All posts are my own personal views and do not represent the organizations I work for. The definition of STEM can be found everywhere on the World Wide Web...  The acronym stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  I don't want to dwell on the definition here... we have Wikipedia and Google for that... … Continue reading STEM…??