STEMpower

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!

Parental Involvement with STEM
  • Oct 21, 2015
Parental Involvement with STEM

With the assistance of parents and afterschool programs, children can gain an even more robust knowledge of STEM.

The Reality of Coding: How to Get Ahead
  • Sep 9, 2015
The Reality of Coding: How to Get Ahead

“It’s time Americans begin treating computer code the way we do the alphabet or arithmetic,” wrote CNN reporter Douglas Rushkoff about the importance of coding in today’s economy.

5 Ways to Incorporate STEM Into Your After-School Program
  • Aug 21, 2015
5 Ways to Incorporate STEM Into Your After-School Program

Did you know that students learn science better in more informal learning environments?

Why Grades Aren't Working
  • Aug 13, 2015
Why Grades Aren't Working

Traditional grading systems don’t give an accurate depiction of what is actually happening in classrooms.

Expert Opinion: Jim Schmidt, Ed.D.
  • Jun 17, 2015
Expert Opinion: Jim Schmidt, Ed.D.

After working most of his life in the education world, Jim Schmidt has gained a unique insight as to what students need to ensure a successful post-ed career.

21st Century Skills in the Classroom
  • Jun 10, 2015
21st Century Skills in the Classroom

Critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, innovation, problem-solving and other similar skills are highly sought after in the evolving workforce.