I am inclined to believe that science is not learned using textbooks, study guides, worksheets, or tests. Rather, I think science is learned by thinking, processing information, constructing models, doing laboratory activities, and testing theories. When I think of my science learning in elementary school, I remember reading about science
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#SolarEclipse2017 A total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States on Monday, August 21st. It begins around 9 a.m. or 1 p.m., depending on where in the country you are. The total eclipse will only be viewable from within the “path of totality,” but most parts of the U.S.
This past week, EdSurge discussed the lack of female leadership and diversity on corporate boards, specifically among startup technology companies. “If, as a company, your goal is to make an impact in education, then you need representation in your leadership that can relate to the population you are trying to impact.”
The Tennessean discussed the need for diversity among teachers in schools, whether it be more teachers of color, or increasing the number of teachers from rural settings. It has been proven through research that diverse teachers have a positive effect on student’s educational experience. Having a diverse staff allows more
Black History Month: Celebrating Today’s Leaders “I always want to be a leader,” –Kenyana Caesar, Senior Manufacturing Engineering, Johnson & Johnson This month, we join the Nation in paying tribute to the men and women who helped, and are helping, shape our country. Our African American Learning Champions are contributing