Tag Archives: STEAM

Hot STEAMy Summer Camp

We are just finishing up our third and final camp for the Summer 2017 season. It’s been a summer of fun and discovery. There were so many times when STEM and Arts/Humanities were so interwoven you couldn’t distinguish one from … Continue reading

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Arizona SciTech Festival Kickoff Conference

The Launch event for the 3rd Annual Arizona Sci-Tech Festival took place today in the form of the Arizona SciTech Kickoff Conference: Communicating STEM in Arizona. The event was held in and around the Scottsdale Center for the Arts. Almost 50 … Continue reading

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Wired Geek Mom: No Starch Press Manga Guides Make Science Fun

BY MARZIAH Have you ever read a textbook cover to cover? I’m in grad school. I’ve had to do it more than once. It usually requires massive amounts of caffeine and re-reading a lot of pages. Well, there’s some good news. … Continue reading

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Phoenix Comic Con starts NOW!

This weekend is Phoenix Comic Con at the Phoenix Convention Center. We’ve been working with the League of Extraordinary Academics to create a really strong educator’s track this year and here it is: Here’s the final schedule including preliminary attendance numbers (not … Continue reading

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A case for Integrated Instruction

by KellyAnn Bonnell, MA In June, the Harvard Business Review published an article All Hail the Generalist, challenging the value of the specialist in our integrated world.           A collection of specialists creates a less flexible … Continue reading

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The Design Observer Group: House on Chicken Feet

Fairy tales have transfixed readers for thousands of years, and for many reasons; one of the most compelling is the promise of a magical home. How many architects, young and old, have been inspired by the hero or heroine, banished … Continue reading

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