As I'm approaching the end of my data science journey, I still find it extremely hard to explain to parents , colleagues, and friends (outside the tech field) exactly what I'll be aiming to do as a data scientist, and quite frankly, I still have a hard time pinpointing it myself. Through my studies, I've… Continue reading Data, Do You Mined?
The Gluttony of Educational Consumerism
In about a week, my wife will be entering her first year of teaching in public education, while I anticipate entering my last. Throughout the process, I've done my best to prepare her mentally for all the challenges and hurdles of being an educator without (hopefully) dispiriting her too much. Yet, one of her questions… Continue reading The Gluttony of Educational Consumerism
The Void of Education: What Matters
Every year, I am faced with a challenge familiar to many educators across the US and even around the globe--I have to convince my class that education matters. To some, this may seem redundant, especially for high school students who need to graduate, but any educator instinctively knows that a student will learn best when… Continue reading The Void of Education: What Matters