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BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Building upon a shared interest in broadening participation of underrepresented minority students in STEM fields, Illinois Wesleyan University has partnered with the Louis Stokes Midwest Center for Excellence (LSMCE). The LSMCE consists of a...
A new report from MIT puts a spotlight on worldwide trends in the changing landscape of engineering education, pinpoints the current and emerging leaders in the field, and describes some of its future directions. “Engineers will address the complex societal challenges...
The CAREER Award is one of NSF’s most prestigious awards in support of early career faculty members who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research.
“NSF CAREER awards are a strong confirmation of the high caliber of our junior faculty and a very positive indicator of their future career trajectory,” said Stephen Hsu, vice president for research and graduate studies at MSU. “These awards are extremely competitive, so to receive six in one college is extraordinary.”
This is the newest effort by Indianapolis education leaders to build the pool of teachers at a time when many schools struggle to fill teaching vacancies and rely on temporary educators. Over the past several years, Indiana superintendents have said there is a shortage of teachers, especially in rural and urban schools, or in certain subjects, such as science, math, and special education.
While the 4 C’s intend to equip students with transient and resilient skills, they do not address technical skills directly. Computational thinking overlaps key strategies to solve any given challenge through an analytical and methodical approach. Put simply, computational thinking teaches students to process information like a computer would. Computational thinking offers a framework for problem-solving, where one develops a series of steps (an algorithm) to solve open-ended problems.