Become a leader in STEM education by earning a Master of Education in Interdisciplinary STEM Education from The Citadel. This degree program is offered entirely online. The coursework is designed to inspire a passion in teachers for STEM and equip them with the tools, project-based instruction, and integrated approaches necessary to teach STEM content in an engaging way with career and industry applications.
Teaching Physics Modules are an outgrowth of an initiative of the Physics Teachers Education Coalition to help preservice physics teachers in their preparation to be effective in the classroom. The modules focus on several crucial aspects of classroom instruction, with the purpose of improving student learning, motivation, and confidence.
Blending Teaching and Technology: Simple Strategies for Improved Student Learning, a freely downloadable guide from Future Ready Schools, offers school district leaders a collection of strategies aligned to the Future ReadyFramework for implementing an instructional approach supported by blended learning.
With active shooting situations in schools no longer uncommon, the USDepartment of Homeland Security is offering freeonline training for educators and first responders to prepare for such a disaster—right on their computers. The training is explained in “Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment (EDGE) Virtual Training Revisited,” a video on the department’s website.
Creating modern and innovative learning environments is top of mind for most educators, but what factors should be addressed while ensuring that the learning environment remains the central focus? On March13, 2018, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ET), the Amazing Resources for Educators community on edWeb.net will host an Edwebinar entitled “Creating Modern Learning Environments” for K–12 educators.