Science

The Scientific method is one of the foundations of STEM. When taught correctly, it will open up the world to students. Before we get into how to teach the scientific method, let's cover why science is important in the first place. Why Science is Important STEM, the fusion of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, is gaining...

It’s no secret that today’s earliest primary grade education maintains some of the staples of classrooms over the years. They range from big books for an entire class to read-aloud and calendar activities to tables for small group learning. Along these hallmarks are newer additions. Although computer centers may have substituted the housekeeping counterparts, wooden blocks...

One wouldn’t consider nursing a contentious issue when it comes to STEM education. However, surprisingly it is! It seems obvious that nursing would clearly encapsulate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), yet even those who work in the field argue as to whether they are employed in a STEM field or not. Message boards are flooded...

Yellow Scope makes science kits for curious and creative girls. In this review of Yellow Scope, I'll go over how their science kits stand up to other STEM kits my daughter and I have experimented with. We'll go over everything, from how easy the instructions were to follow, to the value offered from Yellow Scope. I...

Teaching STEM is fun, but it can often involve a lot of preparation for even the simplest experiments. Luckily, several STEM learning kits come with everything you need, meaning you can spend less time preparing for your lessons and more time teaching your students. This article will explore the best STEM learning kit to get your...