Monthly Archives: February 2019
Was told about an online resource for teachers that includes STEM Exploration. It can be found at https://everfi.com/offerings/stem-career-readiness/. I have not tried it myself, but thought I would pass it along.
Jason Gonzales, Nashville Tennessean Published 5:22 p.m. CT Feb. 13, 2019 Gov. Bill Lee is prioritizing STEM education in his legislative agenda, which proposes to boost opportunities for students statewide, including the creation of statewide K-8 computer science standards. The Wednesday announcement is … Continue reading
from: Education Week by Sasha Jones Jan8, 2019 Despite a push for greater STEM instruction, students and teachers continue to experience inequitable access to STEM-related classes and resources, according to a new survey of 1,200 schools and 7,600 teachers. This … Continue reading
From: tn.gov WebsiteDate: Tuesday, February 05, 2019 | 10:22am Gov. Bill Lee Announces the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) Initiative builds public-private partnerships and doubles dual enrollment offerings NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced his first legislative initiative, … Continue reading
This past week, NASA declared the end of the Mars Opportunity Rover mission. For a little robot rover that was supposed to last 90 days on the surface of Mars, this little robot blew away all expectations by lasting 15 … Continue reading
The TryEngineering.org website has been around for years, but it has been recently updated. Check it out HERE.
Siemens Curriculum on Robotic Mechanisms and Mechanical Design: http://www.robotmechanisms.com/
This interesting concept is worth the read and watching the video. https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkobayashisolomon/2019/01/11/capitalism-versus-climate-change-case-carbon-engineering/#19a9d07544e6
From: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2019/01/survey_gives_new_insights_into.html By Sasha Jones on January 8, 2019 3:55 PM Despite a push for greater STEM instruction, students and teachers continue to experience inequitable access to STEM-related classes and resources, according to a new survey of 1,200 schools and … Continue reading