Eliminating Confounding Variables to STEM Implementation in a Rural School District Using Mobile 1:1
Abstract: This conference paper is authored by Diane Brissette, Assistant Superintendent (Curriculum and Instruction) for Greenville Public Schools and James Anderson, Board Member of the Greenville Public Schools. This paper is part of the 2013 ASQ Advancing the STEM Agenda Conference proceedings.
This paper will trace the history, conditions, rationale, and early experiences of current STEM applications in Greenville Public Schools. Specifically addressed in the project analysis are efforts to identify and isolate two significant variables â€“ time and access. These variables, and the impact of poverty on them, were considered in the design and delivery of instruction using contemporary technology.
Keywords: STEM - Conference Proceedings