SeaPerch, an underwater robotics program from nonprofit RoboNation, presents hands-on experiences to empower students to find solutions to global challenges. …
Each month we publish newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in February.
Every year invention education experts at the National Inventors Hall of Fame develop an all-new curriculum for Camp Invention. The curriculum is filled with hands-on experiences that provide an appropriate level of challenge for students across a range of learning levels in kindergarten through grade 6.
To students, crumpled plastic water bottles and milk cartons may seem like trash, but to brothers and entrepreneurs Rohit and Sidharth Srinivasan, these common everyday items represent an opportunity for equitable STEM education.
The nonprofit Kid Spark Education makes it possible for students of all backgrounds to learn and love STEM by providing Title I schools everything they need to encourage STEM learning in the classroom, free of charge.
The NASA Educator Professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University is offering a free one-hour webinar for K–12 educators, parents, and administrators on October 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. (ET).
With millions of dollars of ESSER funding (as well as other federal, state, and local grants) still available, the smartest edtech investments are the ones that meet the following criteria:
1. Are research-backed and deliver evidence-based solutions.
2. Provide flexible, ongoing professional development.
3. Offer hours of curriculum to support any subject.
Let’s dive deeper into each of these points to prove the case for bringing coding and robotics into young learners’ hands to support development of computational thinking and invaluable science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) skills.
The Kid Spark STEM Equity Grant Program enables educators in Title I schools to team up with the nonprofit Kid Spark to bring STEM education to students of all backgrounds.