In this one-hour course, you will learn how to encourage:
- A love of STEM
- Student ownership
- Grit, persistence, and perseverance
- Mentoring relationships
Visit the TAGT website to learn more about the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented.
Carol Raymond has served as a G/T specialist, classroom teacher, elementary music specialist, and private music instructor. Her degrees in music performance (BM), elementary music education (BME) and gifted education (MEd) provide a unique blend of expertise in her current position at E.A. Young Academy in North Richland Hills, TX. Ms. Raymond is the author of numerous differentiated math and science units and created the social/emotional curriculum for Hardin Simmons University’s summer gifted program.
Araceli – UNITED ISD (verified owner) –
Melanie – BELTON ISD (verified owner) –
The course offered several resources to help assist with authentic science research projects.
Ashley – EAST CHAMBERS ISD (verified owner) –
It was good. The quiz uses inaccurate questioning system for first question.
Tacie – BEAUMONT ISD (verified owner) –
Jaime – LAREDO ISD (verified owner) –
One of the presenters was not very clear. I could not hear her as well as the other presenter
Alesha – ROWAN-SALISBURY SCHOOLS (verified owner) –
Great information about STEM & Science research projects.
Monica – SPRING ISD (verified owner) –
I was actually looking for a STEM training that incorporated all of the STEM courses into one project
Lourdes – LAREDO ISD (verified owner) –
Innovative approach to scientific research
Michelle – Springfield City School District (verified owner) –
This was a great course regarding science fair projects.
heidi – PLANO ISD (verified owner) –
I found it a little difficult to relate to kindergarten.