The STEM Education Blog

Challenges of Introducing Technology to the Classroom

Jul 15, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Neal Snapp posted in STEM Education Tools, STEM Learning Methodologies

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Technology is supposed to revolutionize the classroom experience, and it often does. It is a great tool that educators can use to maximize their impact on their students. However, most teachers can remember a time—or several—where technology has not been as compliant as it was designed to be. This post will explore three commonly encountered challenges regarding technology use in the classroom.

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A STEM SUMMER 🌿🌱

Jul 8, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Kelsey Batt posted in Insider, TechED, Education Technology

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Kick back your feet and relax... you made it through another school year! Summer is the perfect time for renewal and rejuvenation— the days are longer and life is simpler.

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STEM Education Works Unveils the Best of ISTE 2019

Jul 3, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Sara Siener & Kelsey Batt posted in STEM Tools, STEM Education Tools, Promoting Interest in STEM, Science, Math & Computer Science

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So, you thought there wasn't anything left to bring to the table?
You could not be more wrong!

STEM Education Works has made its mark in 2019, showcasing the latest innovations exhibited in Philadelphia.   

For the second year, STEM Education Works takes a new approach to education technology by targeting diverse age groups and user-friendly software — making STEM education better than before. But we could not have made this happen without the best and the brightest: EdTech influencer Matt Miller, Education Development Expert Beau Scott, MODI, Sindoh, and ElecFreaks.

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Tips on Promoting Student Interest in STEM

Jul 1, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Neal Snapp posted in Promoting Interest in STEM

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It’s no mystery that subjects like math and science often fail to excite students, especially those who are younger. These subjects may even seem intimidating, preventing your students from entering a field that, once they were introduced to the many capabilities of STEM, would make for a rewarding choice of study and career path. This post will explore a few tips that may help your students realize just how cool STEM can be!

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Planning Low-Cost School Events

Jun 24, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Neal Snapp posted in Promoting Interest in STEM, STEM Extracurricular Activities

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School programs, if done right, can do wonders for student engagement and education. Imagine bringing in STEM role models, or putting on a school-wide demonstration of some truly awesome technology. This post will explore how you can organize successful school programs, even on a low budget.

An article published by the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) titled Low-Cost Programming for Any Institution, by Melissa Mayard, covers a lot of what goes into a successful, low-cost event. Here’s our summary:

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