By: Christine Feher. Finding great STEM resources for students is important, but challenging. A great resource for students is engaging, informative, and fun—it makes sure they keep coming back. Here are 10.
By: Maya Ajmera. On Oct. 13th, two hundred dedicated teachers from 44 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico convened at our nation’s capital to advocate for STEM education. Here's why congress should listen.
Fire Forensics adds a lens of reality to what Hollywood may want us to believe is a glamourous field, while doing nothing to diminish its allure and appeal.
By: Scott Rhodes. Science experiments are a great way to elevate classroom participation and pique student interest in STEM careers and concepts. These five experiments can help pique that interest early, in elementary school.
The introduction of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) has been a catalyst for the development of assessments that are more aligned to what we actually want next-gen scientists to be able to do and perform.
By: East Valley Partnership of Arizona. Our community leaders collaborate to provide our next generation of students with ample opportunities for success in life--both inside and outside of the classroom.
I recently brought the Sparki programmable robot to my classroom for some expert student review and discovered that Sparki is an engaging and rewarding introduction to computer programming and robotics.
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.