The best kits to get the most out of the Month of Code 2020.
STEM subjects can be dense and difficult for students to engage with, which is why these top STEM apps can make a valuable addition to your STEM teaching toolkit.
By promoting reasoning and sense-making, data literacy can provide a way for a meaningful integration of math and science while developing critical thinking skills
SmartBrief’s upcoming STEM Pathways Summit conference will explore ways educators can address the STEM skills gap and prepare students for careers in STEM fields
Like true scientists, college instructors are trying new approaches to online labs to provide hands-on learning opportunities.
This cloud-based robotics tournament engages students in grades four through 12 in STEM, coding and tech literacy.
VEX Robotics has launched VEXcode VR (Virtual Robot) for those who don’t have access to a physical VEX Robot at home.
The Space Foundation and Lockheed Martin are providing on-demand STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) content online starting May 18.
Esports levels the playing field and allows all students to compete, plus can build social-emotional learning and STEM skills
Can a teacher who is a technophobe learn to enjoy teaching with technology and even embrace distance learning?