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Innovative Teaching: The Rise of Online Science Labs

Wednesday, October 17, 2012


By Katie Berryhill Fulltime Faculty, School of Science and Technology at American Public University The development of science literacy and critical thinking skills are a primary reason for requiring college students to take laboratory science. The goal is to understand what science is—a way of thinking and learning about the world around us, rather than merely a collection of facts (especially as those facts are often supplanted by future knowledge).

Summer Homework for Teachers & Administrators: Figure Out How to be More Innovative

Wednesday, May 23, 2012


The structure of the education system is pretty well engrained in all of us. The centuries-old model of a teacher standing at the front of a classroom, delivering a lesson to all students is just the way it’s done, right? Well, the Obama administration would like to change that. And, it’s offering a sizable monetary reward to spur school districts to get innovative and figure out a more effective way to personalize education for students.

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