We're a day late on this, which surely would
This week's STEM news round-up includes the release of new science standards, as well as a guest appearance from Darth Vadar. 'Nuff said.
She's most famous for disappearing over the Pacific in July, 1937, Amelia Earhart also was the first person to fly from Hawaii to California, which she accomplished on January 11, 1932. (Booth definitely sound like the right locale for January!)
Amelia Earthart was a pioneer for STEM women. Her mother
The latest iteration of the Next Gen Science Standards -- science's equivalent to the Common Core in math -- ws released today.
Welcome back! We hope you all had a wonderful and restful holiday break. While many people had the last few weeks off, STEM news didn't stop.
As a STEM learning advocate who is also the father of a three-year old girl, I’ve been keeping my eyes and ears open for subtle messages that might turn her off of math or science.
Change the Equation is taking a break from blogging over the holidays, but we'll be back next year to bring you all the STEM news that's fit to print . . .
If doomsday legend is to be believed, tomorrow the world is ending. So says the Mayan calendar, right? Not so, say our friends at NASA (and, to be honest, they're not alone). Here
It's been a solemn week, given the tragedy in Connecticut, and our thoughts are with Newtown.
Here is our roundup of the interesting and the intriguing in STEM news.