Hello STEM Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by as we conclude this little STEM Mini Series about the acronym STEM! If you missed the previous three posts about S and T and E there are links at the bottom to connect you to those. Today is all about the M!
My friend, Meredith, shared a great post last week sharing some spooky Halloween STEM fun activities that featured the S in STEM. This week, I thought it would be fun to focus on the T in STEM…technology! QR codes are a great way to get your learners actively engaged in their learning! Whether it is […]
How can you make STEM a part of your daily or weekly classroom routine? With all of the challenges facing teachers today, your plate is probably already pretty full. However, these strategies can help you conquer your fears! Strategy 1: Organizing Your Supplies Depending upon the STEM lesson I am teaching, I set up my […]
We are heading into the last quarter of school. Time and time again, we see articles that stress the need for play in school, however we are also at the point in the year where we are testing our students and trying to make sure our goals are met. We see our “littles” struggling to […]
When your day is scheduled for you from start to finish, and your curriculum is planned out on a handy-dandy curriculum map that you must follow, or else, it is hard to think about adding one more thing to your day. Many teachers face this difficulty with STEM. How do I make time for it? […]
Thinkers Who Tinker Women Engineers and Inventors Invention is all about identifying and solving problems. It is about taking risks, persevering and pushing forward with a concept. Through the ages, women engineers and inventors have contributed to the wealth of innovative ideas that have helped to better our lives. Unfortunately these inspiring women’s contributions have […]