STEM News Archive


Pupils explore STEM principles of problem-solving


Bristol Herald Courier

Brittani Howell

December 05, 2017

Santa's reindeer were lost in Clear Creek Elementary School, and Emma Younger was their only hope.   As the booth at Clear Creek's first STEM Night explained, the school was having a "power outage," and the reindeer needed a light by wh... Read more


Mobile lab delivers STEM lessons to more students


The Columbus Telegram

Jim Osborn

December 02, 2017

STEM is going on the road in Columbus in the coming months.   STEM on the Go, a mobile learning lab hitched to the new Columbus High School STEM Academy that opened last spring, is a pilot program aiming to connect younger students with the opportunities... Read more


Parkside School is buzzing about STEM


NewsTribune

Ben Hohensatt

December 02, 2017

Whirring, grumbles and exclamations all bounced off the halls outside of Parkside School’s STEM lab Monday.   With some coding completed, this trimester’s eighth-grade STEM students were in the hallway testing their drones.   &ld... Read more


Robotics offers multiple learning experiences for students


The Alpena News

Julie Goldberg

November 27, 2017

Local schools are becoming more involved with robotics programs. Being in robotics helps students in their classes, helps them create leadership roles and helps build a student’s work ethic.   STEM education — science, technology, engineering... Read more


Students learn STEM principles through Thanksgiving projects


ArkansasOnline

Carol Rolf

November 23, 2017

Students at two Searcy elementary schools participated in Thanksgiving STEM Days to learn more about the principles of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.   Westside Elementary School hosted a Bring a Pirate to Thanksgiving project Nov. 15.... Read more


High school STEM partnership approved by KISD board


kdhnnews.com

Julie A. Ferraro

November 14, 2017

The Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees approved an expansion of STEM programming at the high school level during a meeting Tuesday evening.   With board members JoAnn Purser and Susan Jones absent, the board voted unanimously to approv... Read more


Pennridge schools honored for technology education


Courier Times

Chris English

November 14, 2017

The school district is incorporating STEM concepts into traditional woodworking and metalworking classes.   Technology education is thriving in the Pennridge School District.   The latest evidence came when the district recently received the... Read more


Energy Pipeline: Industry leaders join to demystify STEM education, pave path to energy industry careers


TheTribune

Matthew VanDeventer

November 06, 2017

It was a rainy Saturday on Sept. 23, but thousands showed up at East High School Esplanade for Colorado's inaugural Energy Day festival, an effort to promote STEM education to get kids more into the sciences, technology, energy and math.   Seniors Gr... Read more


Kindergarten coding: Schools teach tech skills at all levels


Newsday

Staff

November 05, 2017

Dozens of Long Island school districts are asking students to put down their pencils and pick up their keyboards to learn the tech-savvy skills of computer programming.   About 30 Long Island school districts have contracted to work with kidOYO, a nonpro... Read more


Second Annual Boston STEM Week kicks off for 6,000 middle school students


Business Wire

Dan Blondell

October 23, 2017

Over the next five days, more than 6,000 middle school students and 300 teachers at 37 schools across Boston will set aside their regular class schedule to participate in an innovative, hands-on science and engineering program developed by i2 Learning in partnership ... Read more

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