For science teachers implementing NGSS, finding fun, engaging, engineering activities that students will enjoy can be challenging. Creating contests is a great way to engage students of all ages.
We’re launching a new blog series that will highlight innovative technology that can help science teachers implement NGSS in their classroom — technology that facilitates deeper learning, inquiry, and collaboration. Stay tuned!
We weren’t surprised to see Teri Owens participating in the #MTBoS Blogging Challenge. But it was her answer to Week 2 of the Challenge that blew us away. Go Teri!
Teen Science Cafés are a great way to increase students’ interests in STEM outside of the more formal school environment. Here’s how to start one!
Project-Based Contest for Jedi Students!
Can your students save STEM in the galaxy in our Star Wars parody, STEM Wars: The F=(ma) Awakens? If so, enter this contest and WIN cool prizes for your science class!
Ask a math teacher or math professional to define what they think makes a great mathematician, and you’ll likely get quite a few different answers. Here’s an illustrated list of what makes a mathematician great.
How do you keep them engaged and excited about learning physics? Here are 9 project-based, student-centered physics challenges that students will love.
One science teacher recently launched a lively discussion on Reddit about the traditional, scientific method used to teach school science labs and how ineffective it has become.