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Getting started with STEM in your classroom!


There is a growing need for STEM skills in the workplace, as it has been reported that there will be 3.5 million jobs available by 2025 that require STEM skills. To best prepare students, we need to find opportunities for them to learn about STEM and can do so at any grade level or in any content area. Doing STEM Challenges.

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The Impact of Inclusive STEM Education


STEM identity can last a lifetime and help students thrive in school, future careers and life. Inclusive STEM programs widen job opportunities for the growing technology sector, support students in building digital literacy skills and empower young people to become creators — not just consumers — of technology.

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Incorporating Monthly Giving Projects into STEM Curriculum: Inspiring the Next Generation of Philanthropists

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Adding monthly giving projects to STEM classes helps students learn important skills like problem-solving and teamwork while also teaching them to care about their communities. But what if we could also use STEM to inspire the next generation of philanthropists? Incorporating philanthropy into education is a noble endeavor.

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How to Mix STEM Education and Creativity in the Classroom


Lately, the three Rs of school have been eclipsed by a focus on STEM education , or Science , Technology , Engineering , and Math. But that doesn’t mean that there’s no room for creativity or the arts in the classroom. Why Is Creativity Important for Children in STEM? In fact, creativity is essential to STEM.

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STEM vs. STEAM: The importance of the Arts


As such, there is a great deal of focus on making certain students understand science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects. Yet, there are some educators and STEM professionals who disagree with this largely technical focus. After all, there is a variety of skills and mindsets an arts education provides students.

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Bringing Better STEM Education to the Rural South


Now the STEM curriculum is poised to enter high school classrooms in the rural South. Department of Education and will last five years. They observed classrooms. Other challenges seem to have set back STEM education, too. The curriculum also primes students for college and potential careers in science.

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4 Tips for Enhancing STEM Engagement in a Hybrid Classroom

EdTech Magazine

Unfortunately, education hasn’t been spared. As we continue to live in a more contactless world, innovation in education prevails. For instance, STEM educators are finding creative strategies to engage students remotely. COVID-19 upended virtually every aspect of business and society this year.

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