ScratchJr, Tynker, Kodable, TechSmith, Code Academy and Khan Academy are examples of resources that help K-12 schools teach coding to young students. Even better, some are free. Experts offer tips for implementing code curriculum.
IESD, Inc. is an independent market research firm that was hired by Vernier Software & technology to conduct a national survey into the adoption of STEM curriculum in America. MCH Strategic Data compiled the list of educators from which the sample was drawn. Some interesting data came out of the study. Read on to learn more.
Students’ interest in technology-based careers is influencing schools to educate students and parents on future job options in the tech field.
Take a look inside this high school STEM lab that offers students design programs, 3D printers, interactive displays, a video wall, a mechatronics lab and more.
As the price on this technology continues to drop, K-12 schools are becoming more and more interested. We take a look at the benefits and challenges of 3D printing.
See 10 features you should consider when buying a document camera for your K-12 classroom.
High school physics teacher, Kristy Bibbey finds a way to make her class engaging for everyone. By combining a Vernier microphone, SMART Board and various musical instruments, Bibbey creates a visual representation of waveform, wavelength and frequency for her students.
See how Beaver County Day School integrates computer coding into all subjects, promoting CS skills in its students. Teachers had no prior programming experience, yet they’ve been able to implement coding successfully.
There are so many benefits to coding, even for students who are not interested in computer science careers. We explore why schools should implement coding in their curriculum and some easy tools that can help them get started. No computer science expertise required.
The Defined STEM platforms allows Ohio schools to introduce STEM concepts to students at all grade levels and across all subjects.