We don’t need more STEM majors. We need more STEM majors with liberal arts training.

The ability to draw from other disciplines produces better scientists. By Loretta Jackson-Hayes February 18, 2015 Dr. Loretta Jackson-Hayes is an associate professor of chemistry at Rhodes College in Memphis. Reference: The Washington Post In business and at every level of government, we hear how important it is to graduate more students majoring in science, technology, engineering…


Exploring Sound through Technology and the Arts

The Exploring Sound through Technology and the Arts in Bismarck started with an education workshop at the Cathedral School, then alongside teacher Kay Power, David DeMuth worked with sixth grade students over a sequence of days that resulted in some amazing learning. The workshop was and can be repeated for teachers, below an overview with…


Art, tech gain STEAM at Cathedral

The following article was excerpted from the Bismarck Tribune May 11, 2015 5:15 pm  •  By Amy R. Sisk In class on Monday, Cathedral School students played old Mario games reminiscent of the Gameboy-era — though their controllers took the form of apples and oranges.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015) The unusual activity served as a lesson…


Spaceship Earth

If you are a 7th grade teacher at Liberty Middle School in West Fargo, North Dakota, you first thoughts are on the integration of active learning strategies that instill in all your students a regard for collaborative problem solving, creativity, and communication. Seventh graders are on a cusp, evolving from elementary schools which even traditionally…