Tag Archives: teacher education

STEAM Like You Mean It!

Frequently, educators greet me by announcing, “I’m from a S.T.E.M. school.” I can’t help but wonder what they mean. Did their school not teach math or science last year? Engineering is the only obvious addition to the K-12 curriculum over the past forty years. Since acronyms stop for no man, many schools now seem concerned […]

Ayah Bdeir’s Conversation at Constructing Modern Knowledge

Constructing Modern Knowledge is known to not only attract creative educators from around the world, supported by a remarkable faculty, but for featuring innovative thinkers, inventors, creators, scholars, and educators as guest speakers. (see our speaker hall of fame) The 10th anniversary Constructing Modern Knowledge in 2017 featured talks by Deborah Meier, Peter Reynolds, Neil […]

CMK 2017 Wrap-Up

K-12 educators from around the world gathered recently in Manchester, New Hampshire to learn about learning by learning themselves. The 10th annual Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute, July 11-14, was the place where educators could spend four days working on personally meaningful project development combining code, cutting-edge technology, and timeless craft traditions. For a decade, […]

Award-winning Filmmaker Casey Neistat to Kickoff CMK 2012!

The Fifth Anniversary Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute, July 9-12, 2012 in Manchester, NH. is about action, but once a day, participants get to interact with brilliant thinkers whose work crackles with creativity, commitment and expertise. We’ve featured historians, astronomers, mathematicians, education reformers, MIT professors, early childhood experts and artists over the past four years, in […]