SEEN Issue 21.1 Spring/Summer 2019

A.I. Revolution

By Dr. Matthew Lynch Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like

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What better way to learn about science and enjoy the summer than with hands-on labs and summer camp activities in a beautiful outdoor setting! That’s

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Build Your Legacy

How leading with compassion, empathy and community supports teacher development Allison Violette, Ed. D. The legacy of an education leader spans far beyond good test

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Coding Empowers Students

By Anjali Dighe With the increasing impact of technology in nearly every sector of the global business environment, coding has become a necessary language and

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COMPETENCY BASED EDUCATION Daniel Joseph of Competency Based Education Solutions CBE Solutions provides support for districts seeking to develop learning systems that are the foundation

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Exploring Fredericksburg

The Fredericksburg region, consisting of the city of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County and Stafford County, is conveniently located between Richmond and Washington, D.C. and offers a

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By Mac Bogert The real problem of humanity is the following: we have paleolithic emotions; medieval institutions; and god-like technology. E. O. Wilson STEM The

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STEM in Sports

Exclusive Interview with SEEN Magazine Science. Technology. Engineering. Mathematics. These academic concepts, otherwise known as STEM, are nothing new to the sports world. In fact,

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A Futurist’s Perspective With Dr. Robert Furman Furman STEM has become a household word for most educators. It is the emphasis of Science, Technology, Engineering,

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The Benefits OF STEAM

While STEM programs get a ton of attention and accolades (and rightfully so!), STEAM programs are just as important. If your school, or school district,

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