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STEM Education Overview (Based on "STEM Lesson Essentials" book)
This video was made for our new teachers at Korea International School. They will be entering a new STEM program that integrates multiple disciplines through real world, relevant challenges. Video Timeline - Definition of STEM https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=47s - STEM Goals https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=1m16s - Guiding Principles https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=2m29s - STEM Practices https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=3m56s - Technology Definition https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=5m7s - Multidisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=7m17s - Interdisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=7m59s - Transdisciplinary Integration https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=9m31s - Project-Based Learning https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=11m - Implementation Strategies https://youtu.be/FCijW7ikeYQ?t=12m20s STEM Lesson Essentials book - http://goo.gl/j7qzba Notes from the book - http://goo.gl/jG1vKK Video slide presentation - http://goo.gl/cqZHJn Mathematical Practices from Common Core Standards - http://corestandards.org/Math/Practice/ Science and Engineering Practices from Next Generation Science Standards - http://goo.gl/wLebFf Intro to Project-Based Learning video - http://goo.gl/sS2qie PBL Resources - http://goo.gl/zUuVbA Intro and outro music by GANZ, "Hermitude x Flume - Hyperparadise": goo.gl/9g0aX3 www.davidleeedtech.org Twitter: twitter.com/davidleeedtech Instagram: instagram.com/davidleeedtech Blog: davidleeedtech.wordpress.com
Views: 29777 David Lee EdTech
Best Practices for STEM Education
STEM Curriculum Coach describes how the research behind the creation of STEMscopes helps better serve educators in providing top-notch STEM lessons and activities.
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National Academy of Sciences - "STEM Integration in K-12 Education" - 321 FastDraw Whiteboard
We produced this whiteboard video for the National Academy of Sciences to help explain what STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Education is and how it can be beneficial in the classroom. ------- What is STEM? It's the acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the disciplines that are vital for a thriving economy and a safe and healthy society. In kindergarten through 12th grade in the United States, most STEM teaching and learning focuses on science or mathematics. Comparatively little attention has been paid to the "T" and "E."And, for the most part, the four subjects have been taught in isolation. But new reform efforts - like the Next Generation Science Standards - are placing more emphasis on the connections between and among the STEM disciplines. To understand how this trend might affect teaching and learning in the future, we need to take a closer look at integrated STEM education, not just the individual subjects that make up the acronym. After all, in the real world, science relies on technology, mathematics, and engineering -- and engineering depends on findings from science, the application of mathematics, and the use of technological tools. Imagine if K-12 students were taught in ways that highlighted these connections. Would they learn more and more deeply? Might they see STEM disciplines as more relevant to their lives? Could it lead more of them to pursue STEM courses and careers? The answers to these questions depend in part on how integrated STEM education is implemented in schools and in out-of-school settings. Research suggests that implementation has to balance learning in the individual STEM subjects with more connected ways of learning. In addition, because it can be hard for students to make these connections themselves, teachers will need to make the connections explicit. Inside the classroom, some teachers may use instructional approaches like problem-based learning or engineering design, which are special kinds of problem solving, to introduce integrated STEM education to their students. Outside the classroom, students are being exposed to STEM connections in museums and science centers, through after-school experiences, like some TV shows and STEM-focused robotics competitions, and in internships. However, we need more research to better understand the potential benefits and limitations of integrated STEM education for students, teachers, and schools. What, for example, are the implications of integrated STEM education for how schools are organized? How can teachers be better prepared to teach in integrated ways? How can we test kids to determine what they are really learning and able to apply as a result of integrated STEM experiences? The list of questions is long, but getting answers is important for students, teachers, and the nation. --------- For more info, please visit http://www.321fastdraw.com/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Google+: google.com/+321fastdraw
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The Wizard of Oz and S.T.E.M. Education | Annie Choo | TEDxPortland
Annie’s learning adventures into STEM parallel one of the most celebrated stories of our time, and her favorite movie, The Wizard of Oz. She encourages us to find our passion and chase our curiosity. With special thanks to the UNIVERSITY OF OREGON for presenting partnership, a world class stage design provided by HENRY V, an incredible legacy bound book provided by PREMIER and to the creative digital craft provided by ENJOY THE WEATHER. All of our Partners and event history can be found TEDxPortland.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) Annie is another Portland wunderkind. As a junior at Lakeridge High School with an overbooked schedule, she is involved in theater, tech, mock trial, and most importantly, robotics. This year she’ll bring her vision for the future and passions for robotics, biology and engineering to the TEDxPortland stage. With youth like Annie in our midst, we dare you not to be inspired about the future. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 23318 TEDx Talks
Introducing STEM to Preschool - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Hatch is launching a line of complete STEM kits for Preschool! Help early education learners make science and math fun through learning about robots.
Igniting education through STEM technology
Let’s talk about tech, baby. Education in STEM disciplines is a key component in preparing students for success in school and their career opportunities later in life. When it comes to equipping your classrooms with STEM technology, Best Buy Education helps you harness the full power of a STEM program with latest technology and custom solutions.
Views: 18523 Best Buy
Mountain State Science: Early Education STEM at Marshall University
In our Mountain State Science report -- science for pre-schoolers. Marshall University's June Harless Center has started a pre-school focusing on science and technology. Suzanne Higgins reports the Center is the first piece in a much bigger master plan.
Everything You Need To Know About SHS: STEM (tips,apps, school supplies,etc.) | Angeline C
Hey guys! This video is all about what you need to know about senior high school focusing on the STEM strand, BUT, some of my tips are wholesome so this video is still perfect for the incoming grade 11 students. In this video I shared a few heads up, the important school supplies, some apps that you can use and not to use ((explained in the vid. This is only my advice and I do not intend to put some dirt(kung ano man english ng siraan) in some apps so please don't sue me lol)) and, some tips based on my experience and to what I've observed that is effective and not. Also, CONGRATULATIONS FOR MOVING UP TO SENIOR HIGHSCHOOL, GOODLUCK TO THIS NEW AMAZING JOURNEY AND DON'T FORGET TO HAVE FUN! Disclaimer: Sa mga foreigner na nanunuod ng vlog ko (kung meron man pero i'm sure wala but i'm still putting this so watevah), I AM SPEAKING TAGALOG HERE IN SOME PARTS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ENJOY! 》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》》 Give this video a thumbs up if you liked/enjoyed this video. Comment below for more video suggestions Subscribe to my channel and be part of my small crazy fam ♥ Credits to Google for the pictures. Love lots, Angeline 💕 xoxo Lets talk!: T W I T T E R: @angeeeec I N S T A G R A M: @angeeeec F A C E B O O K: /angeline.cabahug DISCLAIMER!: This is not a sponsored video. Business inquiries: angelinecabahug3003@gmail.com
Views: 601 Angeline C.
Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series)
By cultivating strong school leadership, committing to ongoing professional development, and exploring innovative models like its technology-infused Future Schools, Singapore has become one of the top-scoring countries on the PISA tests. Find more videos from Edutopia's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/edutopia
Views: 578761 Edutopia
STEM Initiative in Education
STEM in a classroom means active learning environment, questioning, problem-solving collaborations and hands-on activities while addressing real life issues. Taking STEM initiative in education leads to more beautiful art, more engrossing performances and more polished productions from students. Thus, it is becoming increasingly important to engage students in early STEM education. Get more information here: http://techjoyntfoundation.org/
Rwanda Ramps up STEM Education for Girls
In Rwanda, the number of schoolgirls studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the so-called STEM fields, is climbing steadily. It’s part of an ambitious government agenda to transform the economy. In the past decade, several STEM schools for girls have opened in Rwanda amid the rising demand. Chika Oduah reports for VOA from Kigali. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/4138027.html
Views: 297 VOA News
STEM Education
A video about my STEM action plan
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Indiana Agricultural Education STEM Video
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education is an important part of agricultural education. Through Hands-on, real world experiences, students in agricultural education are learning the practical application of STEM education principles. This video was developed as a special project between the 2013-2014 Indiana FFA State Officer Team and the office of Indiana's Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann to highlight the importance of STEM education in agricultural education curriculum. With cooperation from the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, Elanco, Indiana agricultural education teachers and students. Produced by Baxter Communications and copyrighted by the Indiana FFA.
Views: 1638 Indiana FFA
STEM Initiative In Education
STEM in a classroom means active learning environment, questioning, problem-solving collaborations and hands-on activities while addressing real life issues. Taking STEM initiative in education leads to more beautiful art, more engrossing performances and more polished productions from students. Thus, it is becoming increasingly important to engage students in early STEM education. Get more information here: http://techjoyntfoundation.org/
Stem Teacher Education Eastern Michigan University
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The Superpowers of STEM | Stephanie Hill | TEDxMidAtlantic
We can't afford any more accidental engineers, explains Stephanie Hill, who has been recognized for her career achievements and community outreach, especially in the advancement of STEM education. Diversity drives innovation, and we need more voices at the table to make the impossible possible. Stephanie C. Hill is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Business Development at Lockheed Martin. In this role, Ms. Hill is responsible for global strategies and new business capture, and leads the Lockheed Martin business development organization. She also serves as chair of the Greater Baltimore Committee and sits on the Board of Directors for Project Lead the Way, the nation’s leading provider of K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs, and also serves on the Board of Visitors for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Since joining Lockheed Martin in 1987 as a software engineer, Ms. Hill has held positions of increasing responsibility including: Vice President & General Manager of Information Systems & Global Solutions Civil business; Vice President of Corporate Internal Audit; and Vice President & General Manager of the Electronic Systems Mission Systems & Sensors business. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 2528 TEDx Talks
STEM Education; 21st Century Learning
BANGKOK, 9 October 2014 (NNT) - The Institute for the Promotion of the Teaching of Science and Technology (IPST) is introducing the STEM educational syllabus, to guide schools under its supervision. The curriculum integrates the learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and demonstrates their natural role in real world usage; it's beleived the curriculum will benefit students in their future careers. IPST President, Dr. Pornpun Waitayangkoon said that the STEM Education approach in Thailand was initiated by IPST as a means for all Thais to have at least a basic knowledge of Science, Mathematics, Technology and Engineering at a level useful in their daily lives and of use as a knowledge base in their future careers. STEM Education can be used to teach children at all levels, from Kindergarten through to High School. The curriculum fosters better analytical and problem solving skills, which is a vital preparation for their later working lives. The basis of STEM Education is the integration of the four elements: Technology, Science, Engineering and Mathematics for students, while activities are also organized to clearly demonstrate how each subject can be implemented in their daily lives, so as to truly develop students’ skills and understanding of the sciences, mathematics and technology happening all around them. Students must be able to integrate knowledge learned both inside and outside the classroom, to complete their homework and other projects in a manner that answers questions in science and solves problems involving technology. Dr. Pornpun said that students gain learning experience through the newly introduced integrated curriculum and with constant application it creates an atmosphere of progressive learning in the school. The students will soon dare to learn, to think, to try, and they will know how to find the information they need to make a decision; so problem solving in the future, and coping with rapid changes in the world won't be overpowering. They will be a person benefiting from a quality education and will help propel the country forward. The management plan will see a follow up of outcomes, so that schools reaching the required level will be selected as pilot schools. Currently there are 13 STEM Education Centers monitoring 91 participating schools located nationwide, with pilot schools receiving constant feedback. Dr. Pornpun projected that in the year 2015, all 91 schools which are currently connected to the 13 STEM Education Centers will start organizing challenging activities for their classrooms, while teachers in those schools will be encouraged to implement the activities in their schools. The Institute also anticipates that in five years, there should be no fewer than 10,000 schools that will incorporate STEM Education in their curriculum in a captivating manner. It will be a natural thing, and not be considered difficult, or something that takes times to adjust to, as it’s a fulfilling learning base, that enables students to see their future. Dr. Pornpun added that in the future, STEM Education will expand; IPST has already designed a supporting process and a road map especially for the benefit of teachers, while organizing STEM Education Camps, inviting outstanding scientists to share their knowledge, and also coordinating with many other organizations, in a concerted contribution to the future of a nation. See more at: http://thainews.prd.go.th/centerweb/newsen/NewsDetail?NT01_NewsID=WNRPT5710090010003#sthash.9NnxLMyF.dpuf
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Educational Activities for Kids: Spaghetti Bridges
Can you build a spaghetti bridge? Fun, hands-on STEM activities for kids at home. To be successful you’ll need to think about how the weight of the sugar is distributed throughout your structure. Watch the video to see Dyson engineers attempt the challenge with their spaghetti replica of the Golden Gate Bridge! Download the challenge card at www.jamesdysonfoundation.com. And don't forget to share your challenges with us on Facebook and Instagram #JDFChallenge.
Views: 21748 JamesDysonFoundation
Hearing: Assessment of the National Science Board's Action Plan for STEM Education
Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - 10:00 a.m. Location: 2318 Rayburn House Office Building Subcommittee on Research and Science Education Hearing: Assessment of the National Science Board's Action Plan for STEM Education Witnesses: Dr. Steven Beering, Chairman, National Science Board Ms. Judy A. Jeffrey, Director, Iowa Department of Education and Representing the Council of Chief State School Officers Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell, President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Professor of Education at McDaniel College Ms. Chrisanne Gayl, Director of Federal Programs, National School Boards Association Dr. Robert Semper, Executive Associate Director, The Exploratorium and Representing the Association of Science-Technology Centers Ms. Susan L. Traiman, Director, Education and Workforce Policy Business Roundtable 110th Congress
Ivanka Trump speaking in Detroit about STEM education
Ivanka Trump speaking in Detroit about STEM education
Drone STEM Education Online Course with DroneBlocks
You can check out the DroneBlocks STEM course and 8 lesson plans here: http://learn.droneblocks.io Kilian's drone panorama tutorial with DroneBlocks can be found here: http://hdrpano.ch/droneblocks.htm Thanks for following along!
Views: 1929 Dennis Baldwin
STEAM and STEM EDUCATION:  Exploring Concentric Circles
STEAM EDUCATION is EXCITING for Kids! Come see the FREE LESSON PLAN on CONCENTRIC CIRCLES within the context of STEAM learning at: http://www.wikkistix.com/lesson-plans/steam-activity-for-kids-kandinskys-concentric-circles/
Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway - A Free Resource
The Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway is a free strategic planning process to improve STEM education in your school or district. The Pathway was designed by educators for educators to help schools evaluate their current offerings in STEM, identify key priorities, and create an action plan towards improvement.
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Karen Johnson founder of P.A.C.E MOMS iFly STEM Education
STEM Program Overview iFLY is dedicated to supporting your classroom teaching. All of our field trips have been carefully aligned to math and science TEKS. We can tailor our curriculum to meet the needs of any class, from pre-K to college physics. Every field trip includes: Lesson plan coordination between you and iFLY’s education staffInteractive presentation delivered by our highly qualified STEM EducatorHands-on investigation in our classroomFlying instruction and safety trainingFlying time for every student, with one-on-one supervision from our highly-trained, certified instructorsOur proprietary, downloadable teacher resources for elementary, middle and high school that includes pre & post-field trip packets, a documented overview our presentation, and lab worksheetsPhotos and videos for students to keepNo experience necessary…everyone can fly!
Views: 61 We See Abilities
The future of STEM education: What happens next?
Public lecture by Professor Debbie Corrigan 5 May 2015, Monash University, Clayton The current political climate is stressing the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for Australia’s future. The Chief Scientist in 2014 has made a set of recommendations for STEM as part of Australia’s future around Australian competitiveness, education and training, research and international engagement. In the area of education and training such recommendations are focussed on a secure pipeline, inspirational teaching, inspired learning, a skilled workforce and an engaged community. In this lecture these areas of STEM education, with a particular science and technology bias, will be explored from my own research base as to the possibilities and impediments for achieving a STEM education which has these elements as its focus. More information: http://monash.edu.au/education/events/deans-lecture-series/deb-corrigan.html
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Panel Session 1: STEM education
1st Princess Maha Chakri Award Forum 25-28 April 2017, Bangkok, Thailand Opening Ceremony Panel Session [P1] STEM education with Mr. Zainuddin Zakaria, Malaysia; Mr. Herwin Hamid, Indonesia and Mr. Chalermporn Pongteerawan, Thailand [P2] Special Education with Ms. Ratanawati binti Haji Mohammad, Brunei Darussalam and Ms. Wang-Lim Ai Lian, Singapore [P3] Rural Area Education with Mr. Julio Maidera, Timor Leste and Mr. William Moraca, Philippines [P4] Basic Education with Ms. Yee Mon Soe, Myanmar and Ms. Tauch Bundaul, Cambodia [P5] School Administration with Mrs. Khamsoy and Mrs. Tran Thi Thuy Dung Show and Share Session [S1] Ms. Yee Mon Soe, Myanmar [S2] Ms. Tauch Bundaul, Cambodia [S3] Mr. Julio Ximenes Maidera, Timor-Leste [S4] Mr. William Moraca, Philippines [S5] Mdm. Ratnawati binti Haji Mohammad, Brunei Darussalam [S6] Ms. Khamsoy Vongsamphanh, Lao PDR [S7] Mrs. Tran Thi Thuy Dung, Vietnam [S8] Mrs. Wang-Lim Ai Lian, Singapore [S9] Mr. Zainuddin bin Zakaria from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia [S10] Mr. Herwin Hamid, Indonesia [S11] Mr. Chalermporn Pongteerawan, Thailand Special Show and Share Session [SS1] Professor Gaudelli, Teachers' College, Columbia University, USA National Education Issues [N1] Holistic Approach to Education and School Readiness (Singapore) Mr. Leslie Toh Pee Li. Senior Education Support Officer, Education Support Branch Curriculum Planning and Development Division [N2] SPN21 and Entrepreneurship in Education (Brunei Darussalam) [N3] Smart Indonesian (Indonesia) [N4] Dr. Ahmad Rafee Che Kassim, Deputy Director of Educational Planning and Research Division, Ministry of Education 2025 Malaysia Educational Blueprint and Targeted Skills (Malaysia) [N5] Human Resource Develpment Plan in Education in Vietnam Ms. Nguyen Thi Hao, Chief of Higher Education and Vocational Education, the Vietnam Institute of Eduational Science, MOET
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🔦Total Darkness 🔦 | Science Game Trailer 30s | #STEM for kids
Subscribe for more #STEM videos: http://bit.ly/SMLearn For more #STEM activities, apps and games: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Plan an educational visit: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-SCM -------------------------- When the power goes out, it’s time for action. Venture into the dark, explore different locations and meet new characters – creating your own adventure as you play! Use your science skills to get the power back on and see if you can discover the real reason behind darkness. This game puts you in control, it’s your choices and decisions that will guide you through the story to discover the cause of Total Darkness. Will you solve the mystery before it’s too late? Play for free now at https://totaldarkness.sciencemuseum.org.uk! -------------------------- Want to explore our educational activities and interactive games? Browse our full list of learning resources here: http://bit.ly/SMLearn-Browse Thinking of planning an educational visit to one of our museums? Head over to our website for more information: http://bit.ly/SMLearn Want to ask us a question? You’ll find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/SM_Learn
STEM-Based Physical Education Class by Dignity Kids Inc.
The "Universal Principles of Sport Science" curriculum is one of the many free services available to elementary schools provided by Dignity Kids, a nonprofit 501c3 organization. This class is a fun way to integrate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) into Physical Education to get kids excited about pursuing and furthering their education in a STEM field. The mission of Dignity Kids is: To educate and empower youth through fitness-based programs that teach STEM concepts, encourage healthy lifestyles, and promote positive youth development through opportunities to learn, succeed and belong. For more information, visit www.dignitykids.org
Views: 2695 Dignity Kids, Inc.
What is STEM Education?
Find out what STEM really is and what it means to you and your family beyond Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. It has become the foundation of progressive education in the United States and around the world. STEM is important to you because, as a business owner you know how difficult it is to find qualified employees. As a parent you are perplexed about our nation's academic rankings compared to other countries. As a country we need more "home grown" scientists, engineers, and the like to remain competitive.
Views: 1894 STEAM America
Major Investment in STEM Education
The Helios Education Foundation is investing $4 million in the Arizona STEM Network. Led by Science Foundation Arizona, the Network is a statewide plan to improve student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math. Darcy Renfro of SFAz and Paul Luna of Helios explain how the money will be used.
Views: 111 Arizona PBS
STEM Education: Science Technology Engineering and Math
http://souletics.com/souletics-stem/ Souletics® STEM's mission is to plant the seed of infinite possibilities within those who lack the resources and guidance to tap their potential. Our organization was formed in 2004 and has maintained a nimble team of 3 employees. We focus on: - Social Citizenship: We emphasize the understanding that every decision, action and innovation a person makes can create a lasting impact on the world. We encourage actions that create a positive impact on our communities. - Digital Literacy: We teach technology fundamentals, such as word processing, e-mail, and the internet, providing paths to information technology careers and hope for the future. - STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math): We educate participants in Mask Design, which is a critical skill in the engineering world. Companies like Google, Apple, Intel & Samsung consider this specific skill the backbone of the semiconductor industry. - Entrepreneurship: We encourage creativity and inspire entrepreneurship, which is the fire behind all of the technology industry. - Health & Wellness: We train and encourage participants in healthy living through education about proper food choices, exercise, and motivational techniques. Souletics® believes a company is only as healthy as its employees, and a candidate who maintains self discipline and vibrant health will be more attractive to potential employers. Souletics® STEM is a truly transformational program that focuses not only on education, but also on personal growth and career development. We inspire, we teach young people how to identify and replace negative habits with positive habits, and we provide them with tangible life and job skills that can reward financially. We believe that by providing our students a vision and plan with critical STEM skills, they will be empowered to become productive members of their communities, valuable both to society and the technology field.
Views: 741 Souletics
STEM Education In Action
the CORE offers a variety of STEM Disciplines to explore. Visit thecorerockwall.com for more info!
Views: 869 The Core Teknasium
Junior STEM Challenge: Visions in Education STEM
A 5-day engineering mission to land a rover on Mars with the experts at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Exclusively for students ages 11-13.
Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future | Joe Ruhl | TEDxLafayette
Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. - Should be present in all classrooms. Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Purdue University and he has been sharing the joys of biology with kids for 37 years. He presently teaches Biology, Genetics, and Science Research courses at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Indiana. Joe and his wife Gail have two children and two grandchildren. The National Association of Biology Teachers named Joe Ruhl the Outstanding Biology Teacher of Indiana in 1987. In 1988 he was awarded a Golden Apple Teaching Award by the Lafayette, Indiana Chamber of Commerce. In 1989 he was honored at the White House as Indiana’s recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. In 1996 he received the Purdue University College of Science Distinguished Alumnus Award for Excellence in K-12 Science Teaching. In 2004 he was awarded the Purdue College of Education’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award. And in 2012 he was honored with the Shell National Science Teaching Award. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 829908 TEDx Talks
STEM Education Panel - 19th Annual International Mars Society Convention
STEM Education & the Pathway to the Red Planet Jennifer Mandel, STEM Programs, Director, Lockheed Martin Alyssa Carson, Teenage Astronaut-in-Training & STEM Advocate Bob Barboza, STEM Advocate & Founder, Kids Talk Radio Nicole Willett, Moderator & Education Director, The Mars Society
Views: 197 The Mars Society
physical education & STEM
This is one of the coolest things I saw at #ISTE2014. These 3rd grade PE teachers taught their students about the biomechanics of the human hand. The kids made this "hand" out of file folders, masking tape and string. Presenters: M. Breedy, A. Sowa, and E. Wood - http://apsva.blackboard.com If you want the lesson plans - http://www.rit.edu/kgcoe/teak/kits-and-activities
Views: 523 Ranjana Rajendran
STEM Education and Assessment: A Global Perspective on an American Crisis
What can be learned from the Netherlands concerning STEM education and assessment?
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The First & Most Comprehensive STEM-Based Education System in Indonesia
Jakarta, 10 February — Muhammad Nasir, the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education; and Gunawan Susanto, CEO of IBM Indonesia, showed their support to quality education in Indonesia by attending the launch of Sampoerna Schools System at the Sampoerna Strategic Square. “Today’s industries are looking for talents who do not only have hard skills but also soft skills,” said Gunawan to a journalist from Lensa Bisnis, Metro TV.
Views: 183 Sampoerna Academy
Innovation in Education
Apr. 26, 2017 Rice University's Baker Institute, together with the MIT Enterprise Forum and Texas A&M University, co-hosts an international panel on innovation in STEM education. STEM and ME Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 60x30TX plan Girls of Energy
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MacArthur Geniuses: Overcoming Barriers to STEM Education Hosted by Benetech & The Commonwealth Club
Science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) jobs are projected to grow 17% between 2014 and 2024 compared to just 12% for non-STEM related fields. Many of those jobs will reside right here in Silicon Valley. That’s the good news. The bad news is that despite progress, minorities, women and people with disabilities are still severely underrepresented in STEM-related fields. If the future of Silicon Valley relies on a STEM-educated workforce, what can we do today to ensure that our workforce is as diverse as possible tomorrow? Join us for a conversation with MacArthur Fellows who are actively involved in facilitating access to STEM education for core underrepresented populations. The panelists will discuss the barriers to STEM education and how to break them down.
Views: 142 Benetech
Webster's Q&A on STEM & Computer Science Education: Preparing the 21st Century Workforce
Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 10:00am Location: 2318 Rayburn House Office Building Subcommittees: Subcommittee on Research and Technology (115th Congress) STEM and Computer Science Education: Preparing the 21st Century Workforce Witnesses: Mr. James Brown Executive Director, STEM Education Coalition Mr. Pat Yongpradit Chief Academic Officer, Code.org Dr. A. Paul Alivisatos Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost, Vice Chancellor for Research, and Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science & Engineering, University of California, Berkeley Ms. Dee Mooney Executive Director, Micron Technology Foundation