Category Archives for STEM news

A STEM Brief with Jessica Manta Meyer

Delivering a high-quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) summer program can seem daunting, especially when front-line staff may have limited STEM experience. Read more from Jessica Manta-Meyer, here!

There Might Be Something Down There!

Because his parents were Natural Teachers, we all know his name today. Take a look at the new article from Children and Nature, here!

The STEM Connect Reflection

 DiscoverWorks Reflection Through the DiscoverWorks program I had the amazing opportunity to shadow at the STEM Connection in Indianapolis. The STEM Connection is an outreach program designed to engage children with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,…

Insect Pollination

POLLINATORS: WHY THEY’RE IMPORTANT AND HOW SCHOOLS CAN HELP Pollinators: Why they’re important and how schools can helpIf you’ve enjoyed a cup of coffee in the morning, a slice of watermelon on a hot summer…

New Science Lab for Kids

At Powhatan, new science lab lets students feel like scientists BOYCE — Huddled around a beaker filled with hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, yeast and food coloring, Powhatan School fifth-graders Carter Bessette, Cal Beckett and Jag…

Technology and Learning

Personalized Learning Hinges on Strong Tech Backbone by Heather B. Hayes, EdTech In a lot of ways, combining technology with curricula is like learning about fractions. Together, the two disciplines create a whole. But in…