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  • 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
  • May 31, 2022
    STEM Podcasts for Kids: Think of Lightfin Casefiles

    STEM Podcasts for Kids: Think of Lightfin Casefiles like a sort of audio journey much like the Finding Nemo movies, where the host pretends to be a fish solving mysteries in the ocean. Critical thinking of a problem-solving variety is integral to any STEM field. This podcast is produced by a dedicated staff who have […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • May 12, 2022
    STEM Resources – Podcasts for Kids – Tumble

    Tumble is a podcast with a direct focus on science, and children. The idea is to make scientific breakthroughs and understanding of the world more accessible to those who aren’t familiar with the subject matter. The podcast is designed for not just children, though. The whole family can enjoy this entertaining, informative program. Stories are […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • May 10, 2022
    Adding Spice to STEM Activities for Sumer Camps or the Classroom!

    Coding summer camp provides very real STEM skills to students, but it doesn’t always sound like a lot of fun. Everybody wants to be in perfect shape, nobody wants to hit the gym. Still, people do enjoy playing games of sport that enhance physical excellence. Similarly, there are ways to have fun in coding class […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • May 8, 2022
    STEM Resources: Ideas for Non-Technology Based Learning Activities

    The Everything STEM Handbook: Help Your Child Learn and Succeed in the Fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Projects and experiments to inspire and challenge your kids! The STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) are top education priorities in the United States–and they are growing fields with a high demand for jobs. If […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • May 1, 2022
    STEM Resources: Podcasts for Kids – Brains On

    “Brains On” has won awards for its excellence in scientific presentation. While it’s a podcast primarily designed for children, adults listening may find there’s ample material to engage their interest as well. This podcast goes into detail about modern perspectives in biology and cosmology. It explores subjects like the body’s digestion system, and why children […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • April 14, 2022
    “What If World” : A Podcast for Children

    The host of “What If World” is a gentleman by the name of Mr. Eric. Mr. Eric draws in his young audience every week with an anticipated question from one of the avid child listeners of his podcast. The question is then spun into a unique story for everyone listening. It’s a great option for […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • April 7, 2022
    “But Why”: A Podcast For Curious Kids

    Vermont Public Radio produces a fascinating podcast called “But why?” for kids. Children from all over the country ask the questions and  the studio team recruits an appropriate expert to provide a half-hour answer to any question children can come up with. Recent topics include:  How did people keep food cold in olden times? Why […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • March 29, 2022
    How Do We Motivate Girls to get into STEM?

    Only 36% of individuals receiving a science degree in the United States in 2018 were women; Only 28% of individuals working in STEM related occupations are women; In 2018 the STEM workforce in the United States was 11.2 million employees an increase of 66% since 1990; Women in STEM occupations earn 23% less than their […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • September 13, 2021
    Chromebook Coding: Best Coding Apps For Kids

    In today’s classroom, Chromebooks are a popular choice among schools and teachers. They offer a cost-effective option to teach students the basics of computing. Thanks to their simplicity, availability, and relatively cheap price, Chromebooks have maintained their popularity. One of the more popular uses of Chromebooks is to teach coding. We regularly get questions from […]

    Dmitry Litvinov
  • August 5, 2021
    An Introduction to Scratch

    The demand for coding lessons is at an all-time high. Students as young as 7 years old are being taught coding either in school or through after-school programs. The main challenge that teaching coding presents is how to provide a simple starting point. How do you teach something as complicated as coding to young kids […]

    Dmitry Litvinov