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Bringing Computational Thinking Into Classrooms

One of the challenges for us has been how we can make what we are doing with technology and innovation a simple and natural part of what occurs in classrooms. 822 more words


Time for a proactive community approach to attracting #capital?

A recent article in the Times-Pucayune has me thinking (again) about the approach inner city communities take to developing their economies.  It has me questioning the entire “community activist” approach to bringing jobs and businesses to an area.   508 more words

Political Economy

Art is the science of creativity

School started two weeks ago, and this past Thursday was the open house. We don’t usually make it because one of us is around to see the teachers after school and we’ve got plenty of opportunities to ask questions. 622 more words


Have You Seen Our August Newsletter?

It’s hot off the (virtual) presses and full of updates from the Belin-Blank Center: belinblank.org/newsletter

Belin-Blank Center News

STEM: The Search for More Women, African-Americans, and Latinos

I recently found out about the NAIL-IT program at Essex County College in Newark, NJ. Being that I am a lover of anything that deals with technology, I couldn’t help but request more information about this new workforce development program. 208 more words


We need more women in STEM (duh)

In which I have feelings about Halt and Catch Fire and the portrayals of science ladies in media

A few nights ago, I finished season one of… 1,158 more words