Debbie Investigates Math and Science Education News

Each week Debbie Osborne scours the web for the best math and science educational news and opportunities for teachers.

International Association of STEM Leaders
“Responding to the widespread demand for STEM standardization, several colleagues and I founded the International Association for STEM Leaders (IASL) to respond to the expressed needs of STEM leaders. IASL was designed to be the umbrella organization to identify STEM leadership attributes and people who understand and promote those attributes.”
Carole Cameron Inge, Ed.D.
National Institute for the Commercialization of Clean Energy,
Renaissance Leader, President and CEO
We are now accepting nominations for our 2014 STEM Leadership Summit Awards Ceremony.
Submit Nomination:

How To Make Your Kids Smarter: 10 Steps Backed By Science
I’ve explored the science behind what makes kids happier, what type of parenting works best and what makes for joyful families.
But what makes children — from babies up through the teen years — smarter? by Eric Baker
Time#1 Music Lessons
#2 Exercise/Sports
#3 Read WITH Your Children, not to them
#4 Sleep
#5, #6, #7, #8, #9, and #10
A side note: Eric Baker is a Blogger with 45,000+ subscribers. Thursday’s Blog was “How to be More Satisfied with Life” — ain’t that the eternal question?
-Have Goals
-Have A Life Story
-Money Isn’t The Answer
-Keep Growing

Quora’s mission is to share and grow the world’s knowledge.
Quora is your best source of knowledge. Ask any question, get real answers from people with first hand experience, and blog about what you know.
Quora Post: What is it like to be a High School Principal? [Or a teacher or anyone who works full-time with students.] Great response from James Bailey a Colorado High School Principal. Loves his students, loves what he does!

Debbie Osborne

Debbie Osborne is AIMS’ Staff Development Coordinator collaborating with schools and districts throughout the US and internationally to plan their Math and Science staff development workshops and programs. Debbie holds a Master’s of Public Administration degree. It’s sad but also true: Debbie is a member of the Crazy Cat Lady Club, America (and a dog). Feel free to contact Debbie at

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2 Responses to Debbie Investigates Math and Science Education News

  1. Debbie,
    I’ve enjoyed your weekly articles, ideas, events, etc. I look forward to reading and visiting those added sites you list. Keep up the good work. Jim Olson

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