Christmas and Fourth of July are great – don’t get us wrong – but we really break out our party pants when it’s time to celebrate National STEM Day. National STEM Day 2022 falls on November 8th, and this year, we’d love to party with you and your budding scientists, engineers, and mathematicians! What is National STEM Day? The Thimble …
PTAs, or Parent Teacher Association, in schools nationwide are leveraging the power of volunteers to combat COVID learning loss. Almost every school in America was forced into a remote or hybrid learning model in the spring of 2020. Those circumstances continued throughout the 2020-2021 school year for many districts in the US.
Oscar Pedroso joins other entrepreneurs of color to discuss meaningful ways to address the obstacles minorities face when trying to start, grow and operate their own companies.
Investing in high-quality instructional materials (HQIM) for your STEM curriculum can seem astronomical. This is the case for both homeschool parents and established school districts.
In April of 2021, The National Science Foundation released an industry report highlighting startling data about three notably underrepresented groups in STEM education and employment.
Why Should You Care About It’s Growth? Everyone’s gabbing about the digital economy. But what IS the digital economy? And why do we care? Author
Can’t Find Someone Willing to Champion Your STEM Club? A STEM Club is only sustainable with a reliable captain at the helm. Thanks Captain Obvious.
When It Comes to STEM For Your Students, You Might Be Missing An Important Step…
How many times have you felt as though you “wasted time” at a professional development session? Redundant, poorly planned, or ineffective professional development for teachers isn’t just a waste of time – it’s a waste of resources.