STEM & Maker
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Maker programs are the emphasis on more technical disciplines espousing innovation and invention as application, acquiring tangible skills that lean into those critical professions of the 21st century.
Change in the education system takes time, but you can integrate computational thinking into your math class now, with these tools and tips.
By: J. Aglio et al. Our STEM education needs to keep pace to avoid an increasingly growing shortage of STEM workers. Six tips to help prepare your students.
By: J. Aglio et al. STEAM integration can foster a love for lifelong learning. That's why educators should upgrade their curriculum with STEAM. Here's how.
By: K. Lauth et al. To keep pace with economic demands and industry needs, we should rethink STEM and computer science (CS) preparation now.
3Dux|Design emphasizes process over product, promoting design thinking by creating pathways for innovative learning.
Tom visits the Innovation Center, part of St. Vrain Valley School District, where the students study how drones can support cybersecurity, robotics assist with biotechnology, and engineering in infused in entrepreneurship.
You’ve heard about LEGO and Little Bits kits, and you’ve probably seen the cute little Dash and Dot robots. But there is the little robot from Ontario with more features at about two thirds the price. The Jade Robot from Mimetics was designed to transform the way children…
Almost half of American public secondary schools use an active project- and problem-based approach to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education that shows learners how knowledge and skills may be applied in everyday life. The popular curriculum doesn’t come from one of the big publishers. It’s from an Indianapolis…