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Shelly LeDoux

My high school chemistry teacher laughed when I told him I wanted to major in math or science in college. He told me those were career paths for boys. I’m glad I didn’t listen to him and proud that I went on to teach AP Chemistry and author a book of chemistry activities. There is no mission more important than nurturing the intellect and aspirations of children. I am also proud of the important work we do here at the Dana Center—supporting educators who care about students and their futures as much as we do.

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The Power of Why: Empowering Student-Driven Science Learning

May 14, 2019| Blog, Science
With OpenSciEd, students are leading the classroom learning.

Hitting Reset on Professional Development

May 9, 2018| Blog, Professional Learning
How to seed and nurture a culture of continuous improvement.