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How To Keep Students Engaged in STEM During The Holiday Break

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By: LEAP Educators. The LEGO Education Advisory Panel shares ideas and activities that can help keep students engaged in STEM at home during their holiday breaks.

Getting Smart Podcast | Project Based Engineering at Olin College

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In this episode of the Getting Smart podcast, Tom and Bonnie discuss how project-based learning is more important than ever for students to succeed and share an interview with Olin College of Engineering students who experience project-based engineering.

Empowering Girls to Become Future STEM Stars

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I had the opportunity to interview Blair Blackwell of Chevron and Nikole Collins-Puri of Techbridge Girls about how we can all help empower the next generation of female STEM leaders.

Innov8: It’s a Cyberworld

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In honor of a record Cyber Monday (which has now turned into Cyber Week), we bring you eight stories about how strong the influence of technology is today.

12 Ways to Start Teaching STEM in Your School

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Want more chances for your students to learn STEM but don’t know where to start? Here are 12 tips for learning about STEM (and STEAM) experiences and implementing them in your school.

All Kids Coding in Rhode Island

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Richard Culatta shares more on Rhode Island's CS4RI program--an ambitious plan to offer computer-science classes in every school in the state by the fall of 2017, making it the first state ever to do so.

Best of 2016 STEM Gifts for Kids: Preschool Through Elementary

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This holiday season is the perfect chance to treat the little ones you love to something that will encourage exploration, critical thinking & problem solving. Here, we've compiled a list of great STEM gifts for kids ranging in age from preschool to elementary school.

3 Tips For Building a STEM Classroom Makerspace

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By: Lindsay Olsen. There is a natural connection between makerspaces and STEM learning, and magical things happen when the two are combined. Here are three tips for creating a makerspace in your STEM classroom.

The Top Five Unexpected Benefits of Robotics in the Classroom

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By: Aaron Maurer. As a teacher for 13 years, I've found the use of robotics in the classroom has proven to be a consistent way to teach students the STEM skills needed to prepare them for the future job market.

The Universe is Rad: Big Picture Learning Student Joins Global Science Competition

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By: Owen Cuseo, Noah Salem, Jodie Woodruff and Chris Jackson. It can be difficult to imagine that any one of the students around us might go on to change the world. Here's one that we think might.

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