STEM Curriculum

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  • June 28, 2022
    STEM and the question of Water Quality

    A Free STEM Water Curriculum for Students of All Backgrounds One of the most important aspects of a STEM curriculum is changing how students perceive learning. What do you think of when you hear the word “school”? Do you think of stuffy educators and fluorescent lighting in stifled classrooms, or do you think about hands-on […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • June 21, 2022
    STEM & the Science of Baseball!

    Leaning Into Actual Student Interests: STEM and The Baseball Hall of Fame Many educators don’t realize The Baseball Hall of Fame takes a direct interest in helping students learn. This American institution offers 15 lesson plans totally free, and aligned with trends in modern math, and English such as Common Core. Totally free curricula includes […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • June 14, 2022
    Science Curriculum Resource for All Educators

    Looking for ways to present your science curriculum so that it engages your students?  For science educators of any stripe, Science Friday is a digital event worth attending. Every Friday there’s a new collection of podcasts that define a broad selection of diverse topics. Beyond audio podcasts, the digital event includes various articles and a […]

    Yoel Ben-Avraham
  • June 8, 2022
    STEM Tools for Teachers

    11 STEM Resources To Enrich Your Curriculum Are you an educator looking for ways to capture students imaginations and increase their attention span?  Any of the following 11 free resources and online tools for STEM teachers can help you in this area. Recommended STEM Tools for Teachers CLEAN: This website offers a collection of more […]

    Yoel Ben-Avraham
  • April 26, 2022
    Why Video is So Important to STEM Education?

    There is no shortage of information supporting how video helps learning and engagement. The human brain prefers video to text because the contents from videos are retained much longer. This is supported by the fact that most people watch 16 hours of online video content per week on average. This is precisely why the medium […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • February 10, 2022
    5 Tips for Running Fun Hackathons!

    Image Source: Pexels.com Coding is one of the most indispensable skills that a kid can have, giving tons of potential opportunities for the future. Coding has so many upsides, hence why every child should learn how to code. If you’re trying to encourage better coding skills, why not try a hackathon? Hackathons can be a […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • December 1, 2021
    4 Technology Skills Students Can Learn Virtually

    You can prepare your students for the future by teaching them today’s most in-demand skills. According to a survey conducted by The Linux Foundation, 41% of companies state that there is a lack of training opportunities for the most in-demand tech skills. As such, there is a shortage of talents specializing in tech-based skills. Recognizing […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • November 22, 2021
    Most Popular Programming Languages 2021

    What are the most Popular Programming Languages If you’re new to the world of computer programming, deciding on a starting point can be hard. There are hundreds of different programming languages in use throughout the world. Each with its own unique set of rules and complexities. Whether you want to learn code for a personal […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • August 30, 2021
    How to Structure Your Curriculum Progression

    Your curriculum is one of the most important offerings as a school or camp. It is the foundation of long-term success with your students and the foundation of their success. As an educator, building your curriculum is a challenging task. There are multiple challenges and considerations to take into account. Our blog this week aims […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • August 20, 2021
    How To Assess a Student’s Proficiency to Properly Assign Lessons

    The new school year is starting, and things are ramping up. The popularity of coding courses is ever-rising. Thanks to this, more new students are likely to enroll in your classes and camps. During this time, an influx of newer students is expected. One issue you may run into with new students is determining their […]

    Dmitry Litvinov