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Posts categorised under ‘STEM’
Mae Jemison - Women's History Month

Women’s History Month: Mae Jemison

In March we study, observe and celebrate of the vital role...
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By Kimberly Waldbillig | This week
Dr Hayat Sindi - STEM Spotlight

Women’s History Month: Dr. Hayat Sindi

In March we study, observe and celebrate of the vital role...
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By Kimberly Waldbillig | 7 Mar
Dr Gladys West - STEM Spotlight

Women’s History Month: Dr. Gladys West

In March we study, observe and celebrate of the vital role...
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By Kimberly Waldbillig | 7 Mar

Expanding the Math Classroom with STEM or STEAM

A focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)...
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By Deb Mcginley | 11 May

8 Great STEM Lesson Ideas For the Winter Olympics

The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games begin on February...
Michael Comer
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By Michael Comer | 5 Feb 18

Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Science

Phenomena — observable facts or events — are the ideal...
Michael Comer
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By Michael Comer | 9 Nov 17

How To Talk To Your Students About Climate Change

Climate change is something your students will...
Michael Wysession
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By Michael Wysession | 18 Sep 17

Climate Change and Hurricanes: Too Many Slam Dunks

In just two weeks, we have experienced destruction caused...
Michael Wysession
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By Michael Wysession | 18 Sep 17
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