Tag Archives: STEM

Cool Tool | Tynker

Programming is the new literacy, the people behind this company believe, and the ability to program is what separates those who simply have an idea from those who make their ideas a reality. Tynker is a new online platform that … Continue reading

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Winning with Digital Arts

Boys & Girls Clubs of America encourages STEM education. GUEST COLUMN | by Edwin Link Few issues are more important to the future of our nation than science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). According to the National Science and Technology … Continue reading

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Before the Robots

Five things to consider before implementing robots in your classrooms. GUEST COLUMN | by Andrew Grefig Providing students access to quality technology is often at the heart of many decisions districts make when purchasing educational materials. With robotics firmly ensconced … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Biomimicry in Youth Education

Looking for new ways to engage students in STEM subjects? The Biomimicry Institute just launched a free digital flipbook, called Biomimicry in Youth Education, filled with more than 80 nature-inspired lesson plans, activities, and videos geared to K-12 educators. Biomimicry … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Cyber Science 3D

Since 2010, Cyber-Anatomy Corp. has been developing Cyber Science 3D to assist students in learning and exploring science related topics in primary, secondary, and post-secondary education. Today, their software includes more than 400 interactive 3D-modules used globally for science lessons on Astronomy, Botany, Chemistry, … Continue reading

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