How We Can Solve The STEM Gender Gap One Classroom at a Time
by Matter & Form on August 14, 2019
The STEM gender gap is a real problem, with less than 1 in 5 women graduating from CS programs. But, good news is that small shifts can make a big difference.
6 Ways Teachers are Improving STEM Education with 3D Scanning and Printing
by Matter & Form on June 13, 2019
Practical ways to implement STEM learning into your curriculum right now.
STEM Technology: 5 Tools That Will Change the Classroom
by Matter & Form on May 21, 2019
As STEM technology redefines the way subjects like Math and Science are being taught at every grade level, educators must properly prepare their students to thrive in a forward-facing world by integrating STEM technology into the classroom whenever possible.
What is STEM Learning and Why is it Important?
by Trevor Townsend on May 8, 2019
STEM-based learning is a methodology that prioritizes four fundamental learning pillars: science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
How Teachers Can Use The Makerspace to Foster Creativity
by Emily Potter and March 12, 2019
Creativity is a key competency that will never lose its value or be automated away. But can it be taught?
5 Ways 3D Scanning is Transforming Education for Both Teachers and Students
by Drew Shark on May 17, 2018
Technology is changing the way people learn in the classroom. Teachers are harnessing the power of computers, software, and programs to create an interactive space for students.