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How to Hold an Invention Convention in Your School
Because research shows engineering can help students understand what they can do with the knowledge they learn in science, encouraging them to invent and create is a natural outcome.
Shaped Staff
January 23, 2020
Celebrate STEM Using Hands-On Experiments and Science Stories
On November 8 (and every day), try these quick, simple and easy STEM Day activities for elementary students—created by the Kitchen Pantry Scientist and author of STEAM project books, Liz Heinecke.
Liz Lee Heinecke
STEAM Author; The Kitchen Pantry Scientist
November 05, 2019
Teaching NGSS: Phenomena in the Science Classroom
Using science phenomena can jumpstart instruction by helping students realize the real-world context of the topic to be studied. Start with this NGSS phenomena example.
Michael DiSpezio
Author, ScienceFusion and HMH Science Dimensions Programs
October 22, 2019
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