Tag Archives: STEM

A Sport for the Mind

What if we honored students’ STEM accomplishments with school-wide pep rallies, bulging trophy cases, and varsity letters? GUEST COLUMN | by Don Bossi Imagine walking down the hallway of your school past the science labs to see the latest trophies … Continue reading

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Preparing Future Innovators for the IoT Era

How do we ready students for STEM jobs we don’t yet know? GUEST COLUMN | by Dave Wilson Engineers are innovators. They love to tinker, design, build and make things. They are inspired and they learn by doing. Our future … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | NAO V5 Evolution

NAO is possibly the most widely-used humanoid robot in the world for Research and Education. RobotsLAB brings NAO, the cutting-edge robotics technology to all academic institution and companies interested in doing research with a robot, or teaching STEM related topics. It’s a state-of-the-art robotics technology … Continue reading

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Global Connections

Tips for success in linking students to experts worldwide. GUEST COLUMN | by Hayley Hutchinson The days of hoping to convince experts to come to the school in person and speak to students, or begging for field trip funding are … Continue reading

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A Vision of STEM Education in 2025

Teaching and learning with digital teaching platforms and immersive authentic simulations. GUEST COLUMN | by Chris Dede  Editor’s note: The following is based on what was originally a thought piece for the U.S. Department of Education STEM Workshop March 15-16, … Continue reading

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