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  There may be no one ideal interdisciplinary and integrating theme for propelling STEM education into the 21st century, but linking energy, climate, and related global change topics and teaching them throughout the STEM curriculum—and beyond, into social studies, civics, arts, and humanities—can take full advantage

Contributed by Cary Sneider A Framework for K–12 Science Education: Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas (NRC, 2012) proposed thirteen core ideas that all students are expected to learn, at increasing levels of sophistication and mastery as they ascend the grade levels from kindergarten through senior

Happy 2015! As the new acquisitions editor at Corwin responsible for math, science, and STEM content and services, I think it’s only fitting to use the Corwin Connect venue to talk about one of the ideas I find most critical to STEM education…connections. STEM, though

Contributed by Mark McCaffrey This post was originally published on What do ISO 14000 and 4-ESS3-1 have in common? Both are standards. The first is a family of standards from the International Organization for Standardization developed in 1996 to “help organizations…minimize how their operations (processes etc.) negatively affect