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STEM Curriculum for Kindergarten

What is STEM? STEM is an acronym used when talking about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This commonly known term is often used when discussing education, curriculum, and the workforce. The Importance of STEM at the Kindergarten Level There has been an increased focus on STEM and its importance in the education space in recent…

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Why Teach STEM: The Importance of STEM Education

STEM is an abbreviation for science, technology, engineering, and math. This clumping of subjects is used to explain education subjects, degrees, and jobs in the workplace. As the world continues to change and technology advances, the importance of providing students with quality STEM education increases. According to a study by the U.S. Department of Commerce,…

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When STEM and Sports Collide: The Atlanta Falcons Will Use Drone Technology to Disinfect Mercedes-Benz Stadium

This was originally posted by Joe Lemire by Sports Techie. Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium will welcome the din and the roar of fans for the first time this fall for the Falcons’ next home game on Sunday, Oct. 11, but a buzz will still fill the venue this weekend as a pair of drones canvas the…

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Reimagining the Student-Teacher Relationship

By Donovan Burriss and Kasey Kaler Every kid needs a champion. Someone they can look up to and think, “wow, I want to be just like them when I grow up.” While it might not always be that obvious, it is evident the massive impact that we can have on children. Dr. James P. Comer…

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Girls in STEM: Building Motivation and Competence through Sport

By Donovan Burriss and Kasey Kaler The workforce of professionals concentrated in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is imperative to the expansion and innovation of America’s global competitiveness. Today, females are largely underrepresented in the STEM workforce and hold less than 25% of STEM professions (particularly engineering). Per the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics…

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Beaumont Independent School District campers turn sports into science

Story via Liz Teitz of Beaumont Enterprise on June 29, 2018 In a quiet classroom Thursday morning, Logan Castille and Aiden Reed adjusted the angle of their spoon-and-popsicle stick catapult. The middle school students flung cotton balls and marshmallows toward a basketball hoop-shaped bucket, shifting the rubber bands holding the pieces together when they missed…

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From Plants to Project-Based Learning; Building the Foundation for STEM Sports

By Donovan Burriss on June 26, 2018 At the onset, I prompted this question to my 3rd-6th graders, “can you guys tell me what you think STEM is?” Here are some of my favorite answers. “Stem is a part of a flower!” said one 4th grade student. “Isn’t Stem like a plant?” said a 5th-grader….