Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


ExploraVision Winners Solve Future Problems

Student teams that created a magnesium-infused bulletproof vest and an edible water bottle were among the eight winners of this year’s annual ExploraVision competition.

MathWorks and The Discovery Museums Bring Hands-On STEM Workshops to Schools

The two partners will continue to bring interactive STEM workshops to students throughout New England.

Personalize Math Learning with Adaptive Tools

Check out these math learning websites, designed to build comprehension as well as confidence.

Lincoln High School, Portland State U Partner on CyberPatriot Summer Camp

Educators and students from Portland State University Department of Computer Science and the Lincoln High School Coding Club in Portland, OR have teamed up with industry professionals to organize the Portland CyberPatriot Camp, which will take place at Lincoln High from July 18 to 22.

Bedtime Math To Expand to 6 Cities

Bedtime Math, a nonprofit organization billing itself as a "math ambassador," will expand to a half dozen new cities following a pilot project at Newark Public Schools.

Hands On with STEM

Just because you're using a computing device to do something doesn't make it STEM-friendly. Here's how to know if your classroom technology is speaking the right language.

NSTA Launches STEM Initiative for Children 5 and Under

The NSTA Initiative for Learners 0 to 5 will provide resources that teachers, parents and child care providers can use to stimulate interest in science among young children.

Wireless Smart Cart Aims To Allow More Accurate Measurement in Physics Experiments

Pasco Scientific is introducing a new Smart Cart, a low-friction cart with sensors that will allow students to collect data from experiments to learn physics concepts.

Norwich U Hosts High Schoolers for Summer Cyber Camp

A Vermont college will be hosting a group of third-year and fourth-year high schoolers to teach them the basics of cybersecurity.

STEM Grant Goes to NY Project to Embed Programming into Physics

A consortium of organizations has been funded to help 9th grade science teachers integrate computer programming and computational thinking into their physics classes.

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