Are your students prepared for tomorrow? Jobs in the 21st century require students to think critically, work independently, and apply an array of higher-level skills. Pearson’s professional development services are designed to help teachers seamlessly integrate the principles of STEM into their curricula.
Through workshop activities, participants learn:
Jarrid Kruse, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Teaching and
Learning at Drake University
Des Moines, IA
As a K–12 teacher, Jerrid Kruse taught a wide range of content that included chemistry, biology, physical science, earth science, technology, and general science. Kruse currently teaches university courses in chemistry, science education, educational technology, learning, and assessment. He presents and publishes work on the history and nature of science and technology, students’ views of learning, and the enactment of reform-based teaching. Kruse currently serves as the editor for the Iowa Science Teachers Journal.
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