Science

Making Time for Science

Making Time for Science

Time – the killer of science instruction, at least according to an article from Edsurge this month. As Elisabeth Stock explains, science instruction, unfortunately, is abandoned in favor of English Language Arts and math instruction. According to a 2018 National...Read more ›
AMNH Takes on Science with New Site

AMNH Takes on Science with New Site

The American Museum of Natural History is diving into science with their new site OLogy. For almost two decades, OLogy has been recognized as a leader for science learning by encouraging children’s curiosity about their world. OLogy has now taken a step toward...Read more ›
Making STEM Tangible for Students and Teachers

Making STEM Tangible for Students and Teachers

Educators across the nation are doing some amazing things in their classrooms. STEM Teacher Whitney Roth is an avid sharer of ideas on social media. Not only does she share the amazing things that are happening in her classroom, but she also takes her cue from other...Read more ›
Inspiring Girls to Study STEM

Inspiring Girls to Study STEM

Despite some progress that’s been made in the last few years, it’s no secret that the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) are still male dominated. While there are some legitimate concerns about discrimination and hostile working environments,...Read more ›
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