For all my love of STEM education, I’m a big fan of words. Maybe you are, too? As much as I appreciate a challenging mathematics problem, a well-crafted sentence can cause me to shed tears of joy. So the process we’ve...

Hello. My name is Gabriela Bermingham, and I am a 2nd grade dual language (Spanish) teacher at Oakley Elementary in Asheville, NC. I have been teaching for a total of 12 years. Last spring, I had the opportunity to travel to Chapel...

In our previous post, we mentioned how fortunate we felt to have assembled a dream team of mathematics and science educators to travel to Guatemala with us. The dream continues with this installment. Board member Linda Gojak, whose extensive resume...

What are some famous pairings that you can think of? Peanut butter and jelly, Fred and Ginger, shoes and socks, Microsoft and Apple…the list goes on. What about science and mathematics? They are often spoken of as two complementary disciplines,...

Written by Executive Director Chadd McGlone T2T-I has a new word in its vocabulary of programs: seminar. In Spanish, it’s capacitaciones pedagógicas. Given that we’re providing seminars in STEM education, we’re considering coining the term STEMinars. You heard it here first, folks! To...

An interesting concept in mathematics is exponential growth. At T2T-I we like to practice what we preach, so we’re first going to provide you with the definition from Dictionary.com: development at an increasingly rapid rate in proportion to the growing...

From October 3 to 7, 2016, teachers in Galápagos had an opportunity to become students. Teams of experienced educators from at least six countries in North and South America offered lessons on best teaching practices for the subjects of mathematics...

This post was contributed by Elizabeth Ollila (at right), who is currently a senior at Carrboro High School in North Carolina. T2T-I thanks her for participating on the 2016 Teacher Trip to Santa Avelina, Guatemala. Here are her words...