Monthly Archives: November 2013

Changing Attitudes Toward STEM Education

On this blog I have posted links to several articles about how concerned people in Canada, Britain, and the United States are about downward trends in the scientific and mathematical competence of the youth in their respective countries. This US … Continue reading

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More Ideas for Getting Kids to Study Science

Rather than write about a single article I have found to be interesting, today I will point out a few that have recently caught my attention. The first is this one from The Independent. The article centres around a UK … Continue reading

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TRU Hosts OERu Launch

One of my most rewarding experiences as a tutor was during the 2012-2013 academic year when I worked with a student who, while living in Victoria, was taking math, physics, and chemistry courses from Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in Kamloops, … Continue reading

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