Teaching students to think spatially is but one of the elements, an important one from my point of view, that our policy leaders at the local, state, and national levels must work on.
Posts Tagged: education
Are tiered-evidence grants the way to go at your agency?
Teachers must learn how to teach in modern times.
Some might argue that exposing kids to technology isn’t a critical component of their education, but I would beg to differ.
Those of us who work in government may not feel directly impacted by the world of civics teachers and government text books, but I’d argue they play an important, under appreciated role in our successes and challenges, big and small.
Whether it’s entering the White House or working with the Smithsonian, there are numerous government internships available.
Have you been caught with time on your hands and no plans? If you still want to use that time wisely, here are some ideas to help you learn, grow, explore, and push forward.
While a Master of Science in Leadership is a relatively new degree, in a very short time it is being perceived as a 21st century alternative to MPA degrees. MS-Leadership is a course of study that offers participants an opportunity to enhance their experience and leadership skills. Organizations recognize that using personal and creative approaches… Read more »
A national conversation is continuing to brew over whether Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills should be emphasized in schools and universities over humanities and liberal arts education. Several recent studies have found that the perceived higher marketplace value of STEM skills has led to a drop in the percentage of students pursuing humanities… Read more »
When author and speaker Josh Kaufman and his wife had their first baby, he knew he needed to find another approach to learning in his now-limited free time. In his TEDx talk, The First 20 Hours (based on his book of the same name), he talks about his journey to re-learn how to learn, by… Read more »