Category Archives: Science Ed

Life Changing Professional Development, what positive PD are you doing to change your teaching?

There are moments in our lives when we know we are forever changed for the better. Not very often does a single experience transform a professional philosophy like this one has. I have had the privilege of witnessing the beauty … Continue reading

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Oh What A Night! ( and Day) #CoolScience

First full day in Chicago. DuPont and NSTA sponsored my trip. Everything is first class. This is the lobby and the steps lead up to the Welcome Breakfast from DuPont. I attended a workshop on science safety as I am … Continue reading

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My comfort zone is changing! YIKES

I attended an edcamp for the first time yesterday.  EdcampSTEAM. I really thought I was too type A to do this. After all, you go to edcamp and have no idea what topics will be covered…. I’m a planner. I … Continue reading

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Everyone needs a champion STILL

I have had a few champions in my life. A few I still have, a few I don’t. I continue to look for people that lift up others. I was invited by PJ Simon this week to attend National Agriscience … Continue reading

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The Moon Rocks Are Coming

Hard to believe my whirl-wind month is over. Sort of. April started with my trip to Boston, making a national presentation on project-based learning and ended with (wo)manning the DuPont Science Booth and the DuPont Challenge Booth at the USA … Continue reading

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It’s Contagious!

I had a great time at the 3rd USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC. I was invited down to DC to help out at the DuPont hands-on booth and The DuPont Challenge booth by PJ Simon. The DuPont … Continue reading

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