We want to give a special shout-out to Dr. David Stroupe, whose blog post was featured by AAAS ARISE today. The blurb for Stroupe's post is as follows: "Dr. David Stroupe discusses how teacher educators can better prepare and support new teachers to enter and succeed in underserved schools. He advocates for and explains how STEM teacher educators can “disrupt” the way new teachers think about STEM fields, teaching, and inequities that privilege certain knowledge and forms of participation.
Joe Krajcik recently traveled to Taipei, Taiwan, to present "Promoting Student Engagement and Creativity Thought through Project Based Learning", as part of the 2019 APEC STEM-PLUS Teacher Professional Development Workshop. Organized and hosted by faculty members from National Taiwan Normal University, Chinese Taipei, with additional funding from the Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation (APEC), the 2019 APEC STEM-PLUS Teacher Professional Development Workshop was held from May 22-24, 2109, at Gongguan Campus of National Taiwan Normal University.
It happens all the time. Maybe someone is dehydrated, or gets the shock of their life. It could even be an indicator of a more serious health problem. There are a ton of factors that can potentially cause a person to pass out. But Dr. Anne Crecelius, an associate professor of health and sport science at the University of Dayton, writes that almost all instances of fainting are because the brain is not getting enough blood. This is the topic of her latest piece on The Conversation.
Applications are invited for a post-doctoral (fixed term) Research Associates in the CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University. The successful candidate(s) will provide leadership for... More Info