STEMpower

EDU Drones 101
STEMpower
STEMinars
STEM Freebies
Teacher's POV
The CSTA Framework and PCS
  • Jun 22, 2016
The CSTA Framework and PCS

The CSTA (Computer Science Teachers Association) is currently developing its newest edition of the K-12 computer science framework.

Building Computational Thinking in Young Learners
  • May 3, 2016
Building Computational Thinking in Young Learners

There is a growing movement within education dedicated to exposing students to a more integrated approach to core subjects.

Integrating STEAM into STEM
  • Apr 26, 2016
Integrating STEAM into STEM

In order for teachers to help students meet standards demands, they must be qualified to teach subject matters that extend beyond their traditional teaching skill set.

Combating the "Summer Slide" Through Enriching Camps
  • Apr 20, 2016
Combating the "Summer Slide" Through Enriching Camps

Enrichment summer camps hold the key to combating the summer slide and preparing students for the next grade.

The Value of Kinesthetic Learning
  • Apr 13, 2016
The Value of Kinesthetic Learning

Much of what children learn comes through their skin. This is known as kinesthetic learning.

National Robotics Week and Robots of the Past and Present
  • Apr 8, 2016
National Robotics Week and Robots of the Past and Present

National Robotics Week is an annual week dedicated to celebrate the US as a leader in robotics technology development.

Sophia and a History of Robots
  • Apr 6, 2016
Sophia and a History of Robots

As modern day smart phones and tablets have surpassed super machines of the past, the humanoid robot continues to emerge as a fierce contender in the next wave of great inventions.

Scott Kelly's Year in Space
  • Mar 16, 2016
Scott Kelly's Year in Space

While Kelly holds experience in a wide variety of settings, he is most known for his famous "year in space," which was completed in March of 2016.

Idaho Adopts New Computer Science Standards
  • Mar 9, 2016
Idaho Adopts New Computer Science Standards

Computers have evolved into devices that can be easily transported and can be used to perform a variety of tasks, not just tracking geophysical locations.

National Engineers Week and Discover Engineering
  • Mar 9, 2016
National Engineers Week and Discover Engineering

During this annual observance of Engineers Week last week, PCS held two open houses for parents of after-school students to investigate what their children had been building.

Girls and Gigabytes
  • Feb 18, 2016
Girls and Gigabytes

On February 12, the White House hosted “Girls and Gigabytes,” an exciting workshop where over 150 students gathered to take part in STEM events.

The Advantages of E-Learning
  • Feb 10, 2016
The Advantages of E-Learning

Learning Management Systems are transforming the way students learn and how instructors teach!