STEM Education / Coding / Programing / Makerspace
Here are some of the ways teachers can help address STEM shortages during the K-12 education.Read More
Do you want to Build a Football? During Recess workshop for grades 1 and 2 one of the boys asked…Read More
Years ago our school had regular field trips to the local puppet theatre and this year we revived that tradition.…Read More
The more I collaborate with great teachers the more I am convinced that teaching is a team sport. I am…Read More
Math and science are foundational for a well-rounded education. Proficiency in these subjects allows students to embark on exciting careers, solving the world’s problems, building the technology of the future, and even curing deadly diseases.Read More
I am a big fan of Google Slides because it is such a flexible platform. I can set-up sequential lessons, build spaces for reflection as we as process-based work. When I first heard about creating animations in google slides I had to try it out.Read More
In the simplest terms, the way to begin teaching with toy hacking is to do some toy acting yourself. Steal some toys from your children or pick them up at the local thrift shop look for ones that have simple electronics in them.Read More
As we look ahead and make our resolutions to be better friends, family members, and educators, we shouldn't forget to look back and see where we just were and build on those skills inside our classrooms.Read More
This lesson is a great application of an open studio app and allows for student creativity while allowing for easy assessment. The goal is content-based and not tool based. This lesson was midway through the year and the students all had some experience programming in Hopscotch.Read More
Here is a non-sequential list of 10 of today's best STEM resources. Please take a moment this week to listen to their shows and follow them on Twitter.Read More
Wonder Workshop's has recently released three new classroom packs of their famous Dot and Dash robots. Learn how you can bring STEM education into your classroom today!Read More
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