STEM has become the Beyoncè of the curriculum

STEM is steadily earning a place as the dazzling star in the high school curriculum and for good reason. The benefit of high-level science and math courses to later success in college, jobs, and even to healthy living is well-established (see, for example, here and here). But while the importance of STEM is unquestioned, we

In a wired world

It’s been about 40 years since computers were first introduced into the classroom, and we’re still asking some of the same questions: How do we use technology in learning? Can it help learning or hurt it? Is the latest wave in education technology a real boost, or just more hype? An article in The New