Unity Learn is a place to learn code for gaming and more, in a course led format.
The U.S. government’s UFO report provides the perfect opportunity to teach about media literacy and the search for extraterrestrial life.
In Idaho, placing robots in libraries is a playful, hands-on strategy to introduce families to key foundational concepts that create strong learning supports for young children
For certain students, teaching statistics with baseball can help them understand the power of numbers.
Encouraging purposeful play through tools such as LEGO Education to engage students and improve STEAM learning outcomes
Minecraft: Education Edition has made more people than ever aware that esports and video games can be used as a learning tool.
Learning the basics of bot development will provide students with a job skill they can take into any future role.
Gilbert Public Schools district has created a robot library that features kits that can be borrowed by schools and come complete with lessons tied to standards.
Project-based learning can foster student input, create hands-on opportunities, and lead to more unique learning experiences
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Dr. Eric J. Pyle, president of the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), offers advice for how to teach climate change without scaring or dividing students.
Engage transgender students in STEM classes with awareness of pronouns, inclusivity, kindness, and representation, among other practices.
Helping students master essential math skills while building their confidence is critical to learning success
Packed with puzzles, activities and videos, each edition of Future Genius takes you on an epic journey of STEAM discovery — from the solar system to Ancient Greece.
The nonprofit EcoRise and AT&T have partnered to make robust climate change mapping data available to students.
From 3D printing to STEM-themed escape rooms, there are plenty of STEM lessons to make learning fun.
Students from Knollwood Middle School in New Jersey assemble the Acer Predator Desktop DIY Kit and share their experience