Learning STEAM skills while getting hands-on is possible, even when remote
A new initiative from LEGO offers new ways to help families stay creative, curious and connected while at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, including:
STEAM brings out the skills of creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication that are so important.
LEGO® Education is celebrating its 40th birthday with the worldwide launch of its newest educational solution, LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime.
Vernier Software & Technology has partnered with SAM Labs to teach middle school students coding and computational thinking skills through data-collection STEAM activities.
Root Coding gets students started with step-by-step tutorials, adding commands and introducing features one at a time.
The resources below will help you support your students by walking them through the steps of the Engineering Design Process and also helping them understand the importance of STEM and being a problem solver!
“When teachers started to use our products, we were often asked why we did not have something for lower levels, something to introduce concepts like exploration and collaborative problem-solving,” said Joachim Horn, Chief Executive Officer of SAM Labs.
OK Go Sandbox hooks kids with indie group OK Go's music videos and then follows up with guided inquiry and engineering design challenges.
“Sphero and littleBits are on a mission to make hands-on learning fun and memorable,” said Paul Berberian, Sphero’s CEO.
SAM Labs is a programming site where students develop engineering skills by using SAM blocks and the SAM Space app to create, modify, or enhance designs.
Workbench is a PBL platform where students can complete STEAM tasks using everything from basic art supplies to technologies such as Sphero, Makey Makey, Raspberry Pi, and more.
Boxlight Corporation, the Aldrin Family Foundation and ShareSpace Education today announced that they are partnering to provide K-12 schools with new educational tools for STEAM learning
“I’m constantly learning new things from my peers that I would miss out on without a program like this."