HP Unveils Online ‘STEMx’ Courses For Teachers

May 6, 2013 at 1:54 am Leave a comment

Interesting — HP is offering a MOOC for “STEMx” teachers (below), and Google is offering CS teacher fellowships.  Nice to see the companies stepping up.  I’m not convinced that MOOCs are the best way to reach teachers, but a bigger question is how many teachers will identify with the term “STEMx.”  We have seen that teacher identity drives teacher’s pursuit of professional development.  Will they see themselves in this term?

Coined by the HP Catalyst Initiative, STEMx covers not only science, technology, engineering and math, but also other high-technology disciplines such as computer science, nanoscience and biotech. The modified acronym also refers to the skills of collaboration, creativity, communication, problem solving, inquiry, computational thinking and “global fluency.”

The MOOC was announced by HP’s education partners, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and the New Media Consortium (NMC), during the 2013 HP Catalyst Summit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The meeting attracted more than 120 educators and policy leaders.

via HP Unveils Online ‘STEMx’ Courses For Teachers – Education – Online.

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