Teaching Social Skills Through Technology

Teaching Social Skills Through Technology

In the fourth grade, while most kids were dreaming of becoming mad scientists, superstar chefs, or astronauts, Bernadette Mullen was dreaming of becoming a speech pathologist. She had made a friend who was deaf, and through that discovered her passion for the field...
Eileen Huang: From the Classroom to The White House

Eileen Huang: From the Classroom to The White House

At sixteen, most of us were treading carefully through the halls of high school, trying to figure out who we were and what we wanted to be. High school student Eileen Huang already knows what she is —an award-winning poet, and a bright STEM (Science, Technology,...
School Just Got Cool on the Jersey Shore

School Just Got Cool on the Jersey Shore

Imagine students creating robotics, 3D printing, video games, and mid-air art suspension before their 18th birthday. This is not the beginning of a sci-fi Harry Potter novel; this is what’s going on in our Jersey Shore classrooms today. During the 2015 Jersey Shore...
Drones: Making a Difference or a Disaster?

Drones: Making a Difference or a Disaster?

Years ago, if the word “drone” was mentioned, odds are the topic of conversation was war or the military. Military drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s), have been used on the battlefields since the 1980’s. While drones have...