Digital Harbor Foundation announces STEM Core curriculum

The Digital Harbor Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to digital age technology education, announces a partnership with BattelleEd and Arizona State University to launch STEM Core, a curriculum focused on building technical skills among school aged children.
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The Digital Harbor Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to digital age technology education, announces a partnership with BattelleEd and Arizona State University to launch STEM Core, a curriculum focused on building technical skills among school-aged children.

STEM Core is a Common Core aligned, blended learning model curriculum focused on STEM education for grades 8-12. The online program is inquiry-driven and fueled by hands-on activities that link the development of technical skills to growth across the curriculum in language arts and communication, mathematics, and design thinking. 

Visitors to Digital Harbor Foundation’s booth at the 2013 ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference, June 23-26 in San Antonio, Texas, will have the opportunity to sign up for the beta of STEM Core as well as have the option to purchase the curriculum.

To learn more about the Digital Harbor Foundation, visit http://www.digitalharborfoundation.org

To learn more about STEM Core, visit http://www.stemcore.com.

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