I recently had the privilege of participating in an invitation-only round table series hosted by Learning Spaces Collaboratory (LSC),..
Twenty years ago we opened the doors to our Gould Evans Phoenix studio – time flies when you’re having fun! And while we celebrate this..
What do these three things have in common? They are all products of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields that benefit..
It’s 9:00am on a beautiful Saturday morning at STEAM Studio. The van pulling into the parking lot has been en route picking up homeless..
Gould Evans and the STEAM Studio hosted the Coalition of Homeless Youth Provider Services (CHYPS), a Kansas City organization..
We all too often think of adults as the educators and youth as the learners – a paradigm of our top-down societal structure. This..
The cafeteria at Frontier School of Innovation began to fill with the nervous chatter of 8th, 9th, and 10th graders at 9 AM on the first..
The US has managed to hang onto a 100 year old instructional model far too long – one designed for the industrial age, training our..
Driving down Broadway Blvd. in Kansas City, Missouri chances are you’re probably making your way between two of the following places: the..
Children are natural learners. Between birth and five years, and especially to three years, children learn at the fastest rate of their..