STEM

Articles: STEM

Janice M. Tkaczyk is the national director for counselor and academic relations at Universal Technical Institute. She spent 35 years in public education, including 30 as the guidance director at a regional, technical high school.
5/25/2015
Janice M. Tkaczyk
How educators can empower teens to make smart education and career choices
First and second graders from Roosevelt Elementary School examine where the mouth of the Elwha River empties into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, which connects to the Pacific Ocean.
5/22/2015
Kylie Lacey
Field trips to the Elwha River near the Pacific coast let students do real-world experiments
Teachers from Perry Township Schools in Indiana use their school library’s makerspace to create T-shirts for Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day.
5/21/2015
Ariana Rawls Fine
One of the biggest trends is “makerspaces” where students use their imaginations to create crafts, electronics, videos and other projects
A middle school student from Springfield Township district takes a STEM and a tech course to learn about robotics, programming and animation.
4/24/2015
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Districts expand computer science instruction to give students critical job skills

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