All posts tagged Classroom

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Under the Sea: Exploring the Great Unknown

There’s much to experience under the sea “To and fro, stop and go, that’s what makes the world go round.” Disney’s classic film “The Sword in the Stone” introduced generations […]

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STEM Today: Geologist Creates Interactive Map of City Fossils

Have you ever wondered about where the rocks that make up streets and monuments come from? You could be walking over fossils every day without realizing it. Geologist Dave Wallis […]

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10 Things to Do Before Your Students Leave for Summer for STEM

Summer is quickly approaching us. The weather is getting warmer and smoothies and ice cream replace hot coffee and late nights studying for exams. Learning doesn’t stop outside of the classroom. Even in the […]

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Double Student Engagement in STEM: The STEM Jobs Classroom Series

What is STEM? it seems like a simple question with a simple answer: science, technology, engineering and math.  But we all know it’s not that simple. Like a combination lock […]

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STEM App Spotlight: Wonders of Life

High school students exploring the building blocks of life will be mesmerized by the new app from Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of Life.   Designed for the high-quality display of […]

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Inspire Your Students to Pursue STEM Careers: Strategy 1

Welcome to the first in a series of posts that will lay out the strategies in our STEM teacher guidebook (available for download Mar. 2014). This guide was written by: […]

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Students Predict Race Results Before it’s Run

Sports science sounds cool, but what does it really mean and what is really involved. Now, break it down in a way that students can easily understand. Succinctly, sports science […]

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Language Key to Learning Math Aligns with Common Core Curriculum

by Sean Nealon, Senior Public Information Officer, University of California, Riverside An assistant professor at the University of California, Riverside Graduate School of Education has shown that a reading comprehension technique helps […]

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