Educators: Enhance Language Learning with Babbel

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Educators: Enhance Language Learning with Babbel

Everyone agrees that learning a new language opens up a world of possibilities. Provide your students with strong language learning skills and they will have better opportunities in their futures. Use technology that visually reinforces what they learn in class. Babbel is the new way to enhance language learning! Educators – Try Babbel for Free: We are confident Babbel can … Read More

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Free STEM Curriculum Offer for High Schools from Siemens

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Free STEM Curriculum Offer for High Schools from Siemens

If you haven’t heard, Siemens Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) announced the release of a new high school engineering design course. This is a contemporary problem and project-based STEM curriculum. The course, Siemens Engineering Design, is available to secondary schools free of charge. Siemens has made a commitment to make this course affordable and effective for any high school. As such, in addition … Read More

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Inspire with Engineer Your World for High Schools

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Inspire with Engineer Your World Engineering Curriculum Program for High Schools

Created by the UTeachEngineering project at The University of Texas at Austin, Engineer Your World is a unique, project-based high school engineering curriculum. Students learn what engineering is, what engineers do, and the role engineering has in shaping the world around us. Students get an authentic look at how engineering works, both in higher education and the real world. Accessible and … Read More

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Education Tools for Exploring Key STEM Concepts

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Education Tools for Exploring Key STEM Concepts

If you are looking to inspire your students to learn and master STEM related concepts, you know this isn’t an easy task. Studica and fischertechnik offer a variety of classroom solutions that can help. You may have read about our curriculum programs for elementary STEM education. But, what about your older and more advanced students? How do you reach middle and … Read More

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Empowering Science Education at NSTA 2016

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NSTA 2016 Conference in Nashville

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference is just around the corner. This year’s spring conference will focus on the latest science content, teaching strategies and ongoing research. This is a uniquely collaborative experience, where science educators and professionals from around the country come together to share ideas, practices and the performance of technology in the classroom. Last year’s NSTA … Read More

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Game Design at Wimberley High School

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The Game Design program began in 2012.  We began teaching Game Design Principles using Gamestarmechanic, an online, very simple application.  Then we completed the HTML, CSS, and Javascript classes on CodeAcademy.  With Game Design principles and some understanding of coding constructs, we started GameSalad.  With the help of a grant from the Wimberley Education Foundation, Wimberley High School was able … Read More

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Inside Look at STEM Curriculum for fischertechnik STEM Lab

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By now, you’ve probably heard about the new fischertechnik STEM Lab program for middle and high schools. Maybe you’ve seen one of the ads that have been appearing in educational magazines, the numerous discussions on various blogs and websites (including this one), or perhaps you simply saw it listed on the Studica site. Either way, the question that most commonly … Read More

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Mississauga VEX Robotics Championship

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This year there was a VEX Robotics competition right around the corner from the Ontario office of Studica Limited. Rick Hansen Secondary School hosted the Mississauga VEX Robotics Championship on 25 February and with the help of teacher John Hobbins and his excellent group of volunteers the event was an outstanding success.

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