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The Art of “Reinventing Yourself” In an Automated World!

Why Everyone Must Master this Skill By ERIK P.M VERMEULEN Photo by Benjamin Davies on Unsplash Last week, I wrote about the importance of “self-learning.” I identified six elements — what I call the “6Cs” of the cycle of self-learning — that are necessary to achieve … Continue reading

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My Favorite Lesson Plan

By MARC CHABOT My favorite lesson plan occurs on the first day of the last quarter in my Physics class. The class, populated largely by high school seniors, has just finished building Rube Goldberg machines, and is ready to slack … Continue reading

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A Teacher’s Passion to Create Authentic STEM Learning Projects

By BOB JAKUS This is a brief account of how & why I developed “Beyond the Classroom Aquarium,” a yearlong project based, curricular sequence of authentic STEM-Oriented and aquatic ecosystem themed learning activities (for students to love). Beyond the Classroom … Continue reading

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