STEM News Archive

Paul Duke STEM HS students impact child literacy with data

Gwinnet Daily Post

Taylor Denman

February 09, 2020

The handful of Paul Duke STEM High School students moving bulky wooden cabinets at the Hudgens Center for the Arts on Friday morning signed up for an engineering project, not manual labor.   While none of the students received physical education credits ... Read more

STEAM LEARNING: Ridgway elementary students build Lego wall with grant funds

The Courier Express

Brianne Fleming

February 07, 2020

RIDGWAY — Students in Marcia Raubenstrauch’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Agriculture/Math) class at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School started building a Lego wall about a month ago, thanks to a grant awarded by the Elk County Commu... Read more

Biddeford students learn how to code robots



February 5, 2020

Biddeford (WGME)-- To keep students more engaged in the classroom schools are offering a wider variety of classes and unique projects.   Welcome to seventh grade engineering. It's part of what Biddeford Middle School calls STEM Academy.   ... Read more

STEM playgrounds make computer science fun and practical for K–12 Students

EdTech Magazine

Autumn Whitefield-Madrano

February 4, 2020

You’d think that the most popular event at a computer science playground might involve putting a computer together. But for Cambridge Public School’s Computer Science Playground, the honor of most beloved activity fell in the other direction: taking lapto... Read more

STEM students compete to design cities in SRS-managed event

U.S. Department of Energy


February 4, 2020

Aiken, S.C. – Forty-three teams of middle school students from across South Carolina built large, complex tabletop models of cities with clean, safe drinking water systems for the recent Future City Regional Competition, as part of an education outreach program... Read more

Meridian STEM students design their own amusement park


Bri Eggers

February 03, 2020

Meridian, Idaho— The process of learning can often time have its ups and downs.  Some days may be harder than others.  One school in Meridian is turning all of those ups and downs of learning into one thrilling lesson.   The future engine... Read more

STEM momentum continues at Jasper Jr. High

Daily Mountain Eagle

Nicole Smith

January 31, 2020

Administrators and faculty at Jasper Jr. High School haven't looked back since incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) lessons into everyday classroom instruction a few years ago.    "STEM is our recipe, and we... Read more

High school students hope to tackle vaping epidemic with innovative technology

News 5 Cleveland

Emily Hamilton

January 29, 2020

Green, Ohio — Green High School STEM students could soon be headed to New York to present a community project they have been working on for months.   The students are competing in the Samsung “Solve For Tomorrow” challenge, in which the... Read more

Viewmont Students Code, Get Sense Of Altered Reality With Utah STEM In Motion Visit

Murray Journal

Julie Slama

January 27, 2020

In a Viewmont Elementary fourth-grade classroom, two boys were working together, taking strips of colored plastic and placing them in an order on their desks.   To a passerby, it may look like nonsense, but the plastic strips were hands-on coding blocks,... Read more

STEM school students build mobility cart for Nubbs the two-legged dog

Channel 9 News-abc

Sydney Edwards

January 22, 2020

Chattanooga, Tenn. — STEM school students are putting their skills to use and creating a more comfortable ride for a dog named Nubbs.   Katie Zwitter said she nearly cried when students in the fabrication lab at Chattanooga's STEM School agreed... Read more

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