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.
By inviting math professionals into the classroom, students see that they, too, can work in these careers where the math they learn in class becomes the math they use at work, to solve big problems.
Geocaching opens a new, real-world experience for STEM students of all ages and backgrounds. Here’s how teachers are using it to engage students.
Category: STEM News & Views
Is this the perfect storm for maker education? Dr. Jackie Gerstein thinks so and she walks us through how educators can take advantage of this perfect storm of maker education resources, tools, and strategies.