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Human-Centered Design Drives Student Learning at One Stone

Human-Centered Design Drives Student Learning at One Stone

By. Caitlyn Scales, Allison Fowle, and Megan Kittridge What is One Stone? One Stone launched in 2008 as a nonprofit supporting after school experiential service opportunities for high school students (grades 9-12) seeking deep involvement in sustainable outcomes to...

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Dreaming a New Way to Teach STEM in K-12 Schools

Dreaming a New Way to Teach STEM in K-12 Schools

By. Timothy B. Baird, Ed.D. DREAMS Education (Design, Research, Engineering, Art, Math, and Science) is one of the newest educational models to evolve out of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) movement. STEM’s roots go all the way back to the...

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Finding a Place for Science

By. Sarah Hackworth and Ana Houseal   Reprinted with permission from Green Teacher #112, Winter 2017. Learn more about Green Teacher’s nonprofit magazine and books at www.greenteacher.com.

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Lasting Learning, Real Impact through Project-Based Learning

Lasting Learning, Real Impact through Project-Based Learning

By. Suzie Boss, PBLWorks Across diverse contexts, I regularly meet students who are taking action to build a more sustainable future. Whether it’s first-graders designing a rain garden for their playground, middle schoolers educating adults about composting, or high...

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