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 Having A Robotics Team Doesn’t Mean You Have It All Figured Out
When It Comes to STEM For Your Students, You Might Be Missing An Important Step…
Professional Development For Teachers Doesn’t Have To Suck
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.
Why English Teachers Are The New STEM Teachers
STEM is already an integrative approach to science, technology, engineering, and math. Is throwing STEM and English/Language Arts into the same boiling pot asking for trouble? We’re here to tell you no!
Why A Curriculum Pilot Is Your Best Friend
A 6 Step Guide to Pilot Testing of K-12 Curriculum We’ve spent countless hours carefully developing a STEM curriculum for middle and high school students. We’ve spoken with thousands of educators, administrators, and curriculum directors in our time in the education field. Over the years, we have been lucky enough to pick their experienced brains about best practices regarding the …