Category Archives: STEM

STEM needs Study Abroad

Duncan Rocha is a STEM major who studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina for six months. He put a pause on his physics classes for a semester and fo...

It’s all in the sole

On March 9th, Duke and University of North Carolina men’s basketball played in their rivalry game. Within the first possessions of the game, Zion Wi...

I tried STEM Sports®

My name is Lauren Chiangpradit and I have been the blog post writer for STEM Sports® since I began my internship here in January 2019. I am a junior ...

STEM and Stability

When people hear science, technology, engineering and math, they often associate it with difficulty. Kids may be disinclined to take STEM subjects in ...

Buckets & Balls STEM Curriculum

STEM Sports® has just recently began offering a free curriculum called Buckets & Balls. In this interactive activity, children throw and/or bounc...

Educators Turning to Disguised Learning

Disguised learning, also known as stealth learning, is the process of using games and other creative methods to teach young students. The goal is to p...

The Future of STEM Based Jobs

Within the next decade, approximately 80 percent of all jobs are going to be in the STEM field. Despite the rise in demand for these jobs, degrees in ...