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Many students with learning difficulties—from Dysgraphia and Dyslexia to ADD—respond well to visual or tactile learning and activities that allow physical participation,
One Ill. district is using computer-based curriculum that's getting some students to take a practical look at science and STEM, both in and out of class.
It's no secret elementary teachers are often weakest in STEM. A targeted PD program out of one university may help, according to these school leaders.
Whether you know it or not, your students are already making things outside of school. From digital animation and programming to video production and duct tape crafts, it’s…
Very young students often have a hard time engaging meaningfully in electronics projects. Sure, most middle school kids can learn the function of basic electronic components and follow…
Interested in making the jump to STEM learning at your school? Mine was too. As an elementary math magnet school for nearly two decades, Mound School was looking…