Cisco recently highlighted We Teach Science’s Remote Tutoring and Mentoring Program in their CSR Blog: Click here to learn how busy, in-demand STEM professionals are able to use the power of technology to volunteer with We Teach Science – from across the country! We Teach Science is pleased to continue to partner with Cisco to … Continue reading Remote Tutoring & Mentoring – Using Technology to Help Busy STEM Professionals Volunteer
We Teach Science is a proud Supporting Partner of MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership’s 2017 National Mentoring Summit: Building Relationships, Advancing the Movement. The Summit offers 85 workshops and compelling plenary sessions and is the only national forum bringing together practitioners, researchers, corporate and philanthropic partners, government and civic leaders, national youth-serving organizations and MENTOR’s … Continue reading We Support the 2017 National Mentoring Summit
I met Michael during the 2016/17 holiday season – he is a sailing instructor based in the British Virgin Islands (website) and was also part of the crew in the 1983 America’s Cup! Over the few days we had together, Michael noted that many airline pilots take up sailing and speak about the similarities between flying … Continue reading Guest Blog Series: The Physics of Sailing by Michael Domican
Back in 2012 I had the honor of meeting “Bill” Bowes through one of our Board members. Over the four years that have passed since then, I had the pleasure of speaking with him a number of times as he learnt more about, and invested in, We Teach Science. Bill transformed We Teach Science with … Continue reading William K. Bowes, Jr. Passes Away
https://weteachscience.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ExoLab.jpg Earlier this year I met Tony So who co-founded magnitude.io which is committed to 21st Century STEM* education, assisting the next generation of scientists and engineers with project-based learning experiences. Their latest project is incredible – they will be launching a plant biology experiment into space in late January 2017 on a SpaceX … Continue reading EXOLAB: PLANT GROWTH ON INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
NBS’c weekly round table discussion on San Francisco Bay Area education issues invited We Teach Science’s founder, Aragon Burlingham, to join a panel discussion. https://vimeo.com/19815759 NBC Class Action Interview with Aragon Burlingham from Aragon Burlingham on Vimeo.
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