Westfield Update: fischertechnik STEM Lab Program

kristielAll Topics, fischertechnik, STEM Education

When we last looked in on the students at Westfield Vocational Technical High School in Westfield MA, they had just completed the second project in the fischertechnik High School STEM Lab Program. ┬áRecently they have just completed the module focusing on basic electricity. As you probably know from past blog postings, and from our webinars on the fischertechnik STEM Lab … Read More

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Girls Really Enjoy Engineering & Science: The 3D-GREES Story

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Recently, Studica had the pleasure of speaking with Yolanda Epps, Assistant Principal at Douglas Byrd High School and 3D-GREES Program Coordinator, about their innovative program. GREES is an acronym that stands for Girls Really Enjoy Engineering & Science. This program is an innovative practicum experience for girls designed to expose them to science, 3D technology, increase achievement and improve attendence. And it's working! … Read More

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New Tools for Science Education in your School

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If you teach science this information is going to excite you! Fourier Education has developed a game-changing new line of products known as the einstein™ Science Learning Platform. Their goal in creating the einstein™ Science Learning Platform was to empower teachers and inspire students to explore the world around them more by offering an engaging science learning experience. Transforming Science … Read More

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STEM Education, Steve Wolf & fischertechnik – What’s the Connection?

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We just returned from attending the big US News STEM Conference in Austin, TX. Needless to say, this was a great opportunity for us to connect one-on-one with many of the movers and shakers in the STEM education community, from curriculum developers and district heads, to executives from corporations like Shell Oil, and IBM. Advocates of STEM Education While they … Read More

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Empowering STEM Teaching for Inspiration & Success

kristielAll Topics, STEM Education

Improving STEM Teaching If we want to succeed in our efforts to create a more competitive workforce, STEM teaching is a pillar of our success. Google has recently announced its support for the national STEM Teacher Corps. With the rise in importance of STEM Education and the incentives given to students who excel in these studies, it only seems natural to thank … Read More

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Infinity Project presents STEM Education Webinar

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Attend this webinar presented by Infinity Project to learn how you can use project-based learning as a method to increase your students achievement in Science and Math. STEM Education Webinar for Today’s Classroom Thursday, February 28th 4:30-5:30 PM Eastern Register Now Presented by Infinity Project, a national leader in engineering curricula, this STEM webinar is geared towards teachers, career & … Read More

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How Video Games and STEM Education Fit Together

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How do video games and STEM education fit together? STEM Education is the big thing right now for education. Society wants to encourage kids to get into the sciences so we can be a more cutting-edge workforce. As such, many administrators at schools all across the country are making many of their purchasing decisions based on whether or not something is viable for STEM or not

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Getting Girls Interested in Pursuing STEM-related Careers

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This new infographic reveals how societal perceptions of gender play a big role in how young girls view STEM. Girls start off by taking a higher number of math and science classes and even get better grades. But they start losing confidence at some point.

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Free STEM Education Webinar

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National InstruScience Technology Engineering Mathments and The Infinity Project are hosting a webinar for educations across the US that are interested in increasing student engagement in STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering & Math] through high-tech engineering.

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