Dr. Tiffany Sikorski was quoted in the GW Today story about GSEHD's project with Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School entitled, "GW Helps Local School Develop School-Wide STEM Curriculum."
The article highlight's GSEHD's work with the school:
For three years, GSEHD faculty and students worked with Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School to incorporate STEM into all of their classes.
To develop this ground-breaking STEM curriculum, GSEHD faculty and students met with CESJDS faculty weekly to design the program. CESJDS faculty participated in graduate level STEM seminars and workshops at GW, and GSEHD participants measured and documented the learning results of the curriculum.
“The vision was to create units where students would be invited to make connections,” said Tiffany-Rose Sikorski, a GSEHD professor who helped facilitate the project. “This is the first example of a school using the crosscutting concepts to develop a STEM curriculum across an entire school.”