The STEM Education Blog

Free resources to help with e-learning

Apr 1, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in STEM Curriculum Resources, STEM Tools, STEM Education Tools, STEM Learning Methodologies, Technology, STEMtechnology, Education Technology

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The transition to e-learning due to the spread of COVID-19 has been difficult, but many free resources are available to keep educators and students connected in all areas, including health and wellness, instruction, and social communication.

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Communication in STEM has never been more important

Mar 25, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in STEM Tools, STEM Education Tools, STEM Learning Methodologies, Education Technology

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In difficult times, humans have always been proven to get through things together, and although social distancing has prevented students and educators from meeting in-person, there are still plenty of opportunities to stay connected.

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Where Will 3D Printing Go Next?

Mar 5, 2020 1:00:00 PM / by Clara Hays posted in Social-Conscious STEM, STEM Tools, Science, Math & Computer Science, Technology

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An innovation entrepreneur has goals to eliminate the housing crisis in Latin America using 3D printing.

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Middle School Career Readiness

Feb 10, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Kelsey Batt posted in Social-Conscious STEM, STEM Tools, STEM Education Tools, Promoting Interest in STEM, Robotics, STEM Extracurricular Activities, Science, Math & Computer Science, STEM Learning Methodologies, Technology, STEMtechnology, TechED, Education Technology

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School districts have begun building STEM career readiness into their elementary level curriculum, yielding impressive results.

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National STEM

Feb 3, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Kelsey Batt posted in Insider, STEM Careers and CTE, STEM Curriculum Resources, Social-Conscious STEM, STEM Tools, Promoting Interest in STEM, Science, Math & Computer Science, TechED

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With STEM careers on the rise, policymakers and administrators alike are scrambling to discern which young students are prepared for future success, which aren't, and why. 

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