Entertain the children attending your Thanksgiving celebration this year with these fun and easy STEM activities. They’ll spend hours designing, creating, and building.
Coding has become an essential skill for students to learn; it drives innovation and creativity, as well as, builds self-confidence. To jumpstart your child with coding, try these five free coding activities...
Centered around project-based learning, an effective STEM classroom fosters a positive culture that allows students to problem-solve, collaborate, create, test ideas, and build with their hands. Here are 6 characteristics of effective STEM Classroom Design that you can implement to encourage a positive STEM environment.
Halloween has passed and now you might be wondering, “What do I do with my leftover pumpkins?” Before they rot and are tossed in the garbage, why not have a little bit of STEM fun with these five pumpkin STEM activities.
STEM Revolution attended the Idaho Technology Council (ITC) Hall of Fame event the evening of October 24, 2017. The ITC Hall of Fame event inducts community members into its Hall of Fame, honors the INDEEDS Award Winners, as well as, features the Idaho Innovation Awards.
There are several mistakes an educator can make when managing their STEM classroom that can make STEM activities less effective and fun. To create an engaging and positive collaboration environment, here are 10 mistakes to avoid in your STEM classroom.
Thousands visit the STEM Bus at the 2017 Gowen Thunder Air Show
On Thursday, October 12th the North Carolina STEM Revolution Team attended Microsoft’s 2017 Employee Giving Campaign Kick-Off and Non-Profit Agency Fair in Charlotte.
October is full of great holidays, including Tech-Tober Fest! STEM Revolution’s STEM Bus was invited to Middleton School District’s 5th annual Tech-Tober Fest, a three day technology conference for its faculty.
STEM Revolution stepped into the metaverse at the 2017 VR Bash. Put on by the Idaho Virtual Reality Council, this event was held at Boise’s JUMP Event Center where more than 20 exhibitors showed off the most innovative technology and applications for virtual reality.
On October 4, 2017, the STEM Bus rolled into the Ford Idaho Center ready to celebrate Manufacturing Day at the Made Here! Expo & Job Fair.
Over the past months, I traveled to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in an effort to refocus the country’s educational system on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields that will define our future.
The STEM Bus has recently driven 3,234 miles through Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, and Nevada on its West Coast Tour. The vibrant 60-foot STEM Bus quickly becomes a symbol of innovation to the communities and schools it visits – bringing the field trip to the school. Check out these awesome recaps of our visits.
I recently had the honor of working with Harvard University’s non-profit affiliate organization, Laspau, and the Brazil STHEM Consortium to conduct a STEM Revolution workshop in Lorena, Sao Paulo. It was an incredible opportunity and a fascinating look into Brazil’s education system.
Earlier this month, I took my second trip to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Though it may come as a surprise to some, the leadership in Dubai and across the UAE is very committed to STEM, and is turning to experts to help them improve their education system and prepare it for the future.