Fifty-five years ago today, a space agency was born. NASA launched into existence on July 29, 1958, when President Dwight Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act (Pub.L. 85-568) into law. It opened for business on Oct. 1.
University of Akron Employs Critical Thinking to Present Successful Kids' Career Day (ASME) The ASME Student Section at the University of Akron (UA) knows firsthand how important critical thinking is to ensuring the success of an event from start to finish. Since 1999, the university has been ...
What To Consider Before Bringing EdTech Into The Classroom (Chicago Innovation) What is the bandwidth at your school? How often are devices refreshed and replaced? Based on your wireless access points, how many devices can be simultaneously connected per student in the classroom?
The One-Stop Show for Who's Doing What in #STEM Education
STEMconnector.org ™ serves as a critical network to link those advocating science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education across disciplines and distances. With the official site launch on November 30, 2011, the website allows key players to discover partners within STEM education across the country, to provide contact points, and to create both national and multi-national platforms to share and network STEM strategies and activities. STEMconnector.org provides a way for those running STEM education systems—program directors, government agencies, K-20 providers, industry partners, etc—to connect their ideas to improve STEM education on the national and international scale. For more information, see our FAQ.