Math as the Language of STEM

Posted by David Alviar on August 10, 2020

If we consider science to be the understanding of phenomena, technology the tools used to investigate phenomena, and engineering the application of what we learn, then math is the language that unites all three. This blog explores how math relates to the other “STEM” fields and why it’s important to have a strong foundation in math in order to be a successful STEM professional.

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Topics: math, "STEM"

Structure and Resources for Distance Learning

Posted by Clare Agostinelli on March 20, 2020

We realize these days look different from our normal routine, especially for students who are used to following a structured schedule within a classroom. While as parents and teachers, we may not be able to exactly replicate a classroom structure and schedule at home (and that’s OK), we can provide a sense of normalcy for our kids, and keep them learning through the days ahead. To make remote learning easier, we’ve provided five activities and scheduling resources that support learning from home. 

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Topics: science, teaching online, distance learning, "STEM", "parents", "remote learning"

Science Learning at Home: K-5 STEM Activity Pack

Posted by Lindsey Sönmez on March 20, 2020

We’re all in a strange place of uncertainty right now due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Schools have shut down, parents must balance remote work with childcare, and teachers are doing their best to maintain continuity of learning for their students.

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Topics: science, take home activities, COVID-19, distance learning, "STEM", "parents", "remote learning"