Tag Archives: STEM

The Sweet Sounds of Learning

A discussion with Per Emanuelsson, co-founder of an eclectic team of engineers, designers, and producers passionate about music and technology. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero An incipient movement has begun that involves using new approaches to increase skills and knowledge … Continue reading

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Making It Real

Creating a 3D printing blueprint for the classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by George Velez There’s no doubt that 3D printing technology has hit the market, and it’s hit hard. The global 3D printing market is expected to grow by $11.8 … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Rokenbok ROKduino

Students have been building machines of every description with Rokenbok engineering toys for over two decades, but soon they will be able to program those creations to do whatever they can imagine. The ROKduino Programmable Robotics Set comes with over … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Cogent Education

Cogent Education creates Interactive Cases, which provide engaging real-world scenarios in which high school students take the role of a STEM professional to practice problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Funded by the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation, … Continue reading

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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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