Posts filed under: STEM Ideals

I used to think that spending class time on character education was a luxury. It wasn’t that I didn’t think it was important, but with limited instructional minutes and pressure...
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What could be more important than helping students develop healthy relationships with productive failure? I’m hard-pressed to come up with a single thing, honestly. If we help students learn to...
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What if there were no books and no Internet? What if we lost the whole of human scientific knowledge and had to start over again? Are we made of the...
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