Book Review: STEM Leadership: How do I Create a STEM Culture in my School?
Boise State University, US
Elementary Teacher at Stephensen Elementary School in the Mountain Home School District #193 in Mountain Home, Idaho, and a Doctoral Student at Boise State University in the Educational Technology Department
As our world becomes a global society, educators must ensure students have the skills to succeed. Many of the skills students need to succeed focus on the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Every school year brings new changes from staff to curriculum, and it can be hard as an administrator to decide what to prioritize or and specifically focus on for the school year. Buckner and Boyd’s expertise in STEM education, along with their drive to provide educators a way of learning best practices in STEM, led to their creation of the book STEM Leadership: How do I Create a STEM Culture in my School? Buckner and Boyd do an outstanding job at describing how middle and high school administrators or school leaders can create a STEM culture in their building, and why it is important to do so.
How to Cite:
Vaughn, C. (2018). Book Review: STEM Leadership: How do I Create a STEM Culture in my School?. Journal of Technology Education, 30(1), 83–83. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v30i1.a.5