STEM Education and College/Career Readiness
I think you have an interesting approach that is not being met by many school programs.
The concept is wonderful…
Lifestyle Learning is at the forefront of an educational revolution
…am excited to see how much effort you’ve put into inspiring others to pursue careers in science.
I like what I am seeing, it would fit middle school very well…
…this is one of the most innovative and original ways to get this content across to young people that I have seen.
…the program is…would really give the students a clear picture of where they are and what they need…
This seems to be the forefront of a new wave of education – outside of school learning. This career goal program would dovetail perfectly.
… I love the idea and many schools really need something to help them motivate students.
…are well on your way to helping many students as they explore what they will do with their lives beyond school…
I am very impressed, motivated and excited by the content on your website…I am seriously impressed.
I think you’ve got a great idea–I especially like the music…
What innovative ideas!
I love it.
As a former member of a STEM teaching team, I understand and appreciate the transformative power this kind of curriculum can have on a classroom
Timely, relevant and NEEDED.
As a father of a 9-year old…I think this is a project that tries to address a huge need.
My name is Paris Gamble. I am a married father of two children. I was a math and science geek growing up. My dream was to be the first African-American astronaut. I was a member of math club in high school and a participant in the Oklahoma City Science and Engineering Fairs during middle and high school. I started as an Electrical Engineering major at Oklahoma State University.
My undergraduate is in Liberal Arts and my graduate degree is in Management Science. All of my jobs since college and been technical even though my undergraduate and graduate degrees are not. My current occupation is Application Consultant and Project Manager. I assist organizations in installing and configuring Enterprise Resource Planning systems.
The concept of Lifestyle Learning® began in my attempt to talk to my 16 year-old son about what he wanted to do with his life. During my conversation with him I observed that by focusing on how he wanted to live I could focus his attention on occupations that would allow him to live “his” way. I believe you must find a “hook” to engage students to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers. Not all kids “love” math and science.