Posts Tagged ‘math’

Dallas Library Gets $5K Grant for STEAM Programming

Posted by Lance Murray

The Dallas Public Library will continue to hold science, technology, engineering, arts, and math programs at five of its branches thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Association for Library Service to Children.

The library system was one of 12 …

Frisco High Student Begins Elementary Coding Program

Posted by Heather Noel

Frisco High School junior Brianna Royer is more of the exception rather than the norm in her aerospace engineering class.

In a class of 14, she is one of four girls enrolled, reports the Frisco Enterprise

She hopes that …

Allen ISD STEAM Center Project Expands Plan

Posted by Heather Noel

Allen ISD students will have even more space to explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math in the district’s new facility than originally planned.

On Monday, the district’s board of trustees voted to permit the purchase of almost 10 acres …

Reasoning Mind: Online Math Class a Plus for Kids

Posted by Heather Noel

NORTH TEXAS IS REASONING MIND’S LARGEST REGION BY ENROLLMENT


Yesenia Avila can tackle a math problem in a matter of seconds.

When, “23 + 6,” flashes across her tablet, she records the sum without any hesitation.

“I can sit and …

Uplift Education Uses Data To Go Beyond the Tests

Posted by Patrick Kobler

Uplift Education has developed a data-centric culture that goes beyond teaching kids to pass standardized tests. As Dallas-Fort Worth’s largest public charter school network, Uplift is utilizing more relevant, holistic, and accessible measures of academic performance in a collaborative fashion …

What It Takes To Make It as a Woman in STEM

Posted by Amanda Talbot

Dr. Seema Yasmin is sitting at the front of the room, along with Dana Brown and Molly Cain. The women are talking about obstacles they’ve faced in the STEM fields.

“I would have patients that were designated to me who …