Monthly Archives: January 2015

Girls’ STEM Summit

Unless you’ve been hiding under a very heavy rock lately, you know there’s a real concern about how girls and women think about themselves in relation to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education and careers.  Women represent only 24% of … Continue reading

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Who to Follow: FreeTech4Teachers

If you haven’t discovered Richard Byrne’s Free Technology for Teachers blog, I highly recommend checking it out and following.  Daily posts highlight websites, apps, and services for a wide range of classroom applications, including quite a few for making the … Continue reading

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