"My students were able to utilize STEM in a comprehensive way: they learned about force and motion in science; used technology to help simulate speed, weight, and friction; read and interpreted graphs to help them understand change over time and how weight and force affect speed and velocity; and engineered their roller coasters through drawing and redesigning until they came to their final designs"
As the social media manager for the Virginia Initiative for Science Teaching and Achievement (VISTA), I spend a lot of time on Twitter. It can be an invaluable tool for marketing and is just as valuable for networking and research. I love giving #twittertips and I tweet primarily on teaching and STEM. If you haven't already, find me Tags: blog
The $2 million gift from the Sterling Family Foundation was announced Friday at the conclusion of a symposium celebrating VISTA founder Professor Donna R. Sterling’s 21-year career as a pioneer in science education...
VISTA alum Wendy Severin Goldfein,a retired Fairfax County teacher who is also an author and consultant, shares her presentation experience at the regional National Science Teachers Association conference...