Engage students with this successful approach to integrated studies that combines science, technology, engineering, and math.
- Our periodically updated list of beautiful, free posters—along with a few good reasons why you should display them in your classroom.
- When girls don’t see women as scientists, they may not see their future selves as scientists, either—but teachers can make a difference.
- Tapping into preschoolers’ natural curiosity helps teachers foster an early interest in science, technology, engineering, and math.
- Stereotypes and cultural norms dampen girls’ interest in STEM, but educators can counter the disparities with small changes to their practice.
- Science, technology, engineering, and math are more important than ever, so we’ve put together a list of books to encourage girls to persevere in these subjects.
- The engineering design process offers a chance for students to develop skills like collaboration and cooperation.
- Discover information, examples, and tools related to incorporating aspects of the arts, design, and the humanities into STEM-based school activities.
- Jennifer Cooper, designer, maker and gardening teacher, presents a practical approach to defining and designing the right makerspace for your school.
- Whether you are looking for resources on integrating science, technology, engineering, and math or on infusing the arts to transform STEM into STEAM, these curated compilations will help you plan different approaches to integrated studies.
- Students use scientific inquiry to investigate real-world issues facing their community.
- Kathy DeerInWater of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society discusses the importance of increasing STEM access for Native American students.
- Using project-based learning in science, technology, engineering, art, and math classes is a way to solve problems in real-world contexts.
- What can zombies teach kids about the brain? Images from popular culture provide an entry point to exploring science and math.
- A fifth-grade project-based learning unit harnesses excitement about Mars to develop science, math, engineering, and literacy skills.