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Careers in Education with Morgan Appel - Job Won
1/22/2019
Opportunities are abundant in the education field and not only as a classroom teacher. Find out about the skills you need and the future jobs in the field with Morgan Appel, the director of the Department of Education and Behavioral Sciences at UC San Diego Extension.
Virtual Reality in the Classroom -- Sally Ride Science STEAM Series
10/9/2017
Why just read about ancient Rome when you can walk the cobbled streets as if you were really there? That's the promise of virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality in today's classrooms. While the idea of strapping on goggles to virtually visit the Colosseum or go inside a molecule sounds like the stuff of science fiction, the technology to do just that is becoming more popular and available every day. Yes, there are plenty of obstacles — from cost to teacher...
Honoring Sally: Tam O'Shaughnessy Aboard the R/V Sally Ride
9/11/2017
In this candid and heartwarming interview, Tam O'Shaughnessy, the life partner of the late astronaut Sally Ride, describes her long relationship with the first American woman in space. From their days on the teen tennis circuit in California through Sally's historic flights on the Space Shuttle Challenger to their parallel academic careers and later, founding their own company, Tam tells how their deep friendship blossomed over time into a romance that ended with Sally's death...
Education By Design -- Sally Ride Science STEAM Series
6/19/2017
Design thinking -- it's a popular buzzword these days, with companies from IBM to GE using this approach to develop innovative products and reinvigorate their operations. But what exactly is design thinking and why is it playing an increasingly important role in K-12 education? Design thinking, or human-centered design, is all about focusing on the needs of people to ensure that the correct problem is being solved in the most effective way. With critical thinking skills becoming...
Catherine Rains: A Personal Story About The Strong Interest Inventory
6/12/2017
Catherine Rains knew she was great at helping others through career counseling, but it took the results from the Strong Interest Inventory assessment to give her the confidence to become an artist—a path that gives her so much joy.  Check out her collage collection!
Darrell Mockus: A Personal Story About The SuperStrong
5/15/2017
Darrell Mockus, the chief technology officer of CPP Innovation Labs, gets personal as he reveals his SuperStrong assessment results to his friend and colleague, Chris Mackey. 
Karen Gonzalez: A Personal Story About The Strong Interest Inventory
5/9/2017
As the child of immigrant parents, Karen Gonzalez tells the story of how insights from the Strong Interest Inventory assessment helped her become a first generation college graduate and guided her to a successful career in marketing.
Going STRONG: Using Personal Assessment Tools To Chart Your Path
5/1/2017
What do you truly want to be when you grow up, regardless of where you are right now? Or how would you rather be earning a living? To find a career path, and ultimately a job that suits your interests and values, career counselors nationwide offer personality assessment tools such as the Strong Interest Inventory and the SuperStrong. In "Going Strong," professional development experts explore how and why these assessments work, both for students who may be...
The New Frontiers of Design with Paola Antonelli
5/1/2017
Paola Antonelli, the senior curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, delves into design's many directions and into its future. She takes us on a fascinating tour of design to ask some very serious questions.
Equity in STEAM Education -- Sally Ride Science STEAM Series
4/17/2017
In today's global economy, a high-quality education is no longer just a pathway to success ̶ it is a prerequisite. Because economic progress and educational achievement go hand in hand, educating every American student for success in a new workforce is a national imperative. However, there are wide disparities in which students have access to advanced science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education ̶ subjects critical to future success. In this ...
High Notes: The Case for Music Education -- The STEAM Channel
4/17/2017
Students, administrators and academic researchers demonstrate the value of learning music in school as they show improvements in English and Math test scores, class attendance rates, cognitive development, self-esteem and the ability to work with others. Featured are Francisco Escobedo, the superintendent of the Chula Vista Elementary School District; UC San Diego cognitive scientists Terry Jernigan and John Iversen; and young musicians participating in the Community Opus...
Chris Mackey: A Personal Story About The Strong Interest Inventory
4/9/2017
Family bonding is on display here as Chris Mackey recounts what his father learned the first time he took the Strong Interest Inventory assessment and then again when he retired. It's never too late to pursue your dreams—whether as a career or hobby!
SALTO - Berkeley's Leaping Robot
3/31/2017
Robotics at UC Berkeley have designed a small robot that can leap into the air and then spring off a wall, or perform multiple vertical jumps in a row, resulting in the highest robotic vertical jumping agility ever recorded. The agility of the robot opens new pathways of locomotion that were not previously attainable. The researchers hope that one day this robot and other vertically agile robots can be used to jump around rubble in search and rescue missions.
Berkeley Students Mentor Future Engineers
11/28/2016
With the help of UC Berkeley mentors, Bay Area high school students gather at UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science to pit the robots they had built against one another.
From the Skies to the Streets: STEAM Leaders Aboard the USS Midway -- The STEAM Leadership Series -- STEAM Channel
6/20/2016
Some 300 San Diego Unified high school students learn about STEAM career experiences from five innovators who present new technologies including electric cars, satellites that provide internet connections to airplanes and other moving vehicles, an algae-fueled Baja 1000 motorcycle, and state-of-the art bicycles.
Beth Simon -- The Constellation: Sally Ride Science Conversations
6/13/2016
Computer scientist and educator Beth Simon of UC San Diego argues against old-school teaching styles and instead offers fresh ways to keep tech-phobic students engaged in class. Siimon is presented as part of The Constellation, a series of interviews hosted by Sally Ride Science @ UC San Diego.
Margaret Leinen of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography -- The Constellation: Sally Ride Science Conversations
4/4/2016
Margaret Leinen, a paleo-oceanographer and climatologist who is now the director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, shares tales of leading the University of California's delegation to the Paris Climate Conference, the career path that began in the Midwest and moved out to sea, and her excitement about the imminent arrival of the Research Vessel Sally Ride, named for the late astronaut who was the first American woman in space. Leinen speaks with Karen Flammer, the...
Women in Biotech: Tina Nova
2/15/2016
Tina Nova, President and CEO of Molecular Stethoscope, Inc, wows an auditorium full of high school girls with stories of leaving her small town as a teenager for a life in science, entrepreneurship, and betting big on the future. Spoiler Alert: She succeeded! Nova was the keynote presentation for "Women in Biotech," sponsored by the STEAM Leadership Series. Recorded on 11/17/2015.
Women in Biotech: STEAM Leadership Series -- The STEAM Channel
1/18/2016
Heartily dismissing negative stereotypes of scientists, biotech entrepreneur Tina Nova and Salk Institute professor Janelle Ayres rocked an auditorium full of high school girls with stories of how hard work and confidence led to their joyful lives and satisfying careers in science. Following these two keynotes, Ayres joined Salk senior scientist Carol Marchetto and Natalie Calatayud and Kaitlin Croyle of the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research as they each shared...
Tiger Math
11/17/2015
Patrick Sanan, who studied mathematics at UC San Diego, explains how he combined geometry and physics to devise the mathematics that made possible the visualization of the virtual tiger Richard in the Oscar award-winning motion picture, "Life of Pi."
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