Teaching Students About Artificial Intelligence

Though the term “artificial intelligence” (AI) can be traced back to the 1950’s, it really didn’t start getting much traction until recently. Before we talk […]

Hands-On STEM at Home

While most Americans are staying home, it’s vital to continue to engage children with creative and challenging STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) learning. With […]

Digital Physics with Physics Classroom

Are you a physics teacher looking for simple tutorials, interactives, or concept builders? Digital physics has never been easier. In this blog, we’ll explore a […]

Animate Learning with The Wick Editor

The Wick Editor may be your new, best digital tool. As a longtime gamer, I am always on the lookout for game creation tools. As […]

Lab Diagrams Made Easy with Chemix

Are you a science teacher needing a quick way to explain lab procedures? Mr. Casanova, my high school chemistry teacher, would have loved this new […]

Spring Robotics Challenges for Engaged Learning

Hey, robotics teachers and coaches, are you looking for a challenge or two for the spring semester? Or perhaps you want to end the 2019-2020 […]

A Living STEM Lab for All Grades

Wish you had a way to engage students with the power of nature while mastering critical STEM skills? If yes, then you must check out […]

Resources for the Raspberry Pi Enthusiast

What can be better than a computer designed to inspire children? That was the motivation for creating Raspberry Pi even as early as 2006 when […]

What We Learned at the TCEA 2020 Convention & Exposition

Austin was the learning capital of the world last week as TCEA 2020 and its attendees moved into the convention center. If you couldn’t be […]

Let Patent Illustrations Upgrade Your STEM Classroom to STEAM

You may not think of patent illustrations as a way to connect students to content they are learning. But they might actually help some of […]

Making Game Design Child’s Play

On cable television this past weekend, one of my favorite trilogies found its way into my heart again. I’m not sure what it is about […]

Investigating Science with Flipgrid

Regardless of what grade you teach, science processing skills are critical for all students to master. Though the focus of the content may change by […]

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