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Launch New Approaches to STEM Education for 2013 PDF Print E-mail
Written by LaurieRuberg   
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 06:26
This blog highlights of STEM education ideas and innovations worthy of further consideration as we plan our STEM instructional approaches for 2013.

What ideas can you use from TED-Ed?
Here's one of many presentations featured on TED-Ed that struck me. Read more...

High School Students as STEM Mentors
This article published in the spring of 2012, reminds us that high school students can be the most valuable, cost-effective resources for engaging young students in science. Read more...

Public Draft of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Published
The second and final public draft of the NGSS was released Tuesday, January 8, 2013.  Comment period closes January 29. For more information, go to the NASATalk Next Generation Science Standards collaborative group.  All interested science educators are encouraged to join NGSS discussion opportunities.

New Venues for Distance Learning
Use of video conferencing to support distance education and collaboration continues to expand.  Technology tools support multiple opportunities for video-based distance learning.  While room-sized video collaboration systems facilitate high-quality video communication in a group setting, desktop video conferencing offers personal video collaboration with less expensive camera and audio requirements.  Emerging technologies facilitate a “telepresence” style of video collaboration that provides an immersive communications experience. 

Those interested in exploring how to strategically use telepresence and other video-technology tools are encouraged to check out one of the new NASATalk collaborative groups called, Easy Tools for the 3D Teacher. We encourage members of the NASATalk STEM education community to join Roy Jenkins, organizer of this new collaborative, in his efforts to form up a community of practice specifically dealing with the design and use of a state-of-the-art 3D system for education and collaboration. Read more about this…

What’s New on DLN and DLiNfo?
NASA Digital Learning Network
NASATalk expands its partnership with the NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) and the Digital Learning Info Network channelRead more...
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 12:24