The drop in temperatures and change in seasons create the perfect opportunities to teach youth about the world around them. To help spark youths' interest in STEM and support their curiosity, we've compile a few easy and inexpensive STEM experiments to try out during the winter months.
When I was in eighth grade my family and I were driving back to Colorado, we had just finished visiting my godmother in Iowa and were well on our way. My future sister-in-law was driving and we were on some random part of I-80 when suddenly a routine semi-truck pass altered the trajectory of my adult life.
The amount of information on the internet for OST providers can be overwhelming. It Twitter a tool to help you curtail all that endless searching, once and for all? Here are some of the advantages of using Twitter as a professional resource.
Bullying is one of the most troubling behaviors that adults must look out for. Bullying can occur in both online and in-person settings, and it is the responsibility of adults to confront bullies and engage them in problem-solving, learning, and repair of relationships. Here are some guidelines from StopBullying.gov.
Do you get confused about the difference between science and engineering? You're not alone. This blog uses resources from the National Research Council's 2013 publication, "A Framework for K-12 Science Education" to help you differentiate the S and E in STEM. I rely heavily on the contents of chapter 7, which I'd recommend if you want to learn more.
Looking to add a few books to your STEM afterschool program? Here are four titles I love that take on STEM topics and practices. Thanks to Kirk Robbins’ amazing blog and feed (Follow @stem_4_all) for some of these great titles.
The little things make a big difference while setting up for STEM learning. Here are some things to think about as you get ready for your next STEM lesson. Here are three situations you can consider when thinking about your space.