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Date: September 25, 2019Time: 3:00 PM MSTWhat's happening? Kaitlin Maguire, Grant Writer and iSTEM Coordinator at the Idaho STEM Action Center, will walk you through her top tips for grant writing. She will give perspectives from the adjudicator's perspective and share worksheets and resources for you to use.
Girls are heavily underrepresented in STEM fields, but this panel of passionate women is working to change that! At 3:00 PM MST on July 24, 2019 these women will come together to share what they are doing to support the growth of females involved in STEM. Anyone who attends the webinar will be entered to win Girls Can Build ($1,495 value), a building set with 6 one-hour...
The Discover Series allows students in grades 1-12 to get their hands on today’s relevant technologies, approaching modern topics through hands-on, self-guided exploration. Promoting an atmosphere of creativity and innovation through exciting lessons in robotics, programming, physics, engineering, drones and video production, students explore topics they are actively interested in, all the while developing soft skills including communication, critical thinking and persistence. Even if you...
For any great design, there is a great plan. From Leonardo da Vinci to Thomas Edison to Steve Jobs, the inventors and innovators who created the world we live in each began as a person with an idea. An idea turned into a plan and the plan turned into a prototype and the prototype turned into a product. That process — moving from an idea...
When you first decide to introduce a new STEM program into your classroom, it can be hard to know where to start. Do you focus on one subject area, or do you bring in multiple areas of interest? How do you know your students are going to be engaged with the new curriculum? How can you bring them to the doorstep of discovery? For a...
If you are a recreational drone pilot, how and where you fly is about to change. Whether you’re a hobbyist, educator or anyone else flying without compensation, the FAA is preparing to release a new set of airspace authorization laws in the Summer of 2019, and it’s up to you to make sure you or your flyers continue to pilot legally.