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FIRST Apr 15
ICYMI: FIRST is proud to partner with and Lucasfilm to make education more accessible to students in underserved communities. Thank you Disney/Lucasfilm, and welcome to the . ❤️
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Sarah Rivera✨ Apr 20
This is a super cool way to learn musical notes!
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Maarifasasa 18m
at Light Academy Secondary Boy's - Uganda was a phenomenal one. Virtual reality will truly enhance the way is taught. Our commitment is to make the technology accessible in all Uganda's classrooms.
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Scottish Parliament Apr 18
Do teachers, particularly of children aged 3-7, have the skills, confidence and resources to teach subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths)? The Committee would like to know your views. Respond to their inquiry here ➡
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SkillsUSA 24h
Often times when individuals think about STEM, they think of scientists and engineers which is right on target. However, what doesn’t come to mind are the numerous high wage, high skilled, and high demand careers which CTE is preparing students for.
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Marisol Apr 18
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Miss A Apr 20
Does anyone have any tried and tested science club activities that will keep children engaged with minimal modelling? Please RT.
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SkillsUSA Apr 14
Did you know the average hourly wage for someone employed in manufacturing is $34/hour? That is why Career and Technical Education is an important part of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education.
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Olarewaju Oludare 6h
Our team (Roboworld) was at the 2019 EASTER KIDS FUNDERLAND in Lekki Phase 1(Lagos, Nigeria), organised by the Bavent Street Live. Kids had the great opportunity to acquire some skills on Robotics and Coding in the fun-filled environment.Kudos to the organisers.
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Ayşe KARAUL ARSLAN 23m
2019 began today.. We made an anemometer with ..
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Ms. Atkinson Apr 17
After learning about bees and honeycomb we worked in teams to build honeycomb towers today in science!
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Blair Minchin Apr 18
Today I taught myself how to tile! YouTube really is the most fantastic and powerful resource going. Also makes me more sure than ever that we should be teaching these skills from primary age. Not just giving them a construction corner (though that is still very cool 👷🏼‍♂️👷🏾‍♀️)
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Bojana Mitriceski 2h
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Luciano Vandyar 44m
“... Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend." -- This water sounds very much ninja to me, and alien to much, with an identity crisis Bruce. But that’s alright, I’m quite erratic and rebellious myself.😝🖖🏾
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Jenny Albert Apr 16
Scullen is hosting a STEM Night on Tuesday, April 23rd, from 6:00-7:30p.m. STEM Night is a free event for all current and incoming students and their families to engage in hands-on learning about STEM. Bring the whole family to learn a few new things about
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Claire Seldon Apr 18
Q1. What is the most common syllabus/curriculum and related complaint you hear from yourself and other teachers?
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Kenneth Hawthorn Apr 17
walking straighter now. Students found that the angles of the legs are critical and unique. Students are looking into changing servo angles/ratios in to steer right and left. Pretty neat with just one servo!
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Jo Douglas-Harris 👩🏼‍🔬 Apr 21
I love so will definitely be checking out some of these themed ones!
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Alvin Wang Graylin Apr 20
So proud of my daughters & their two teams! One team was a World Championship finalist in the FRC class & the other made it to semifinals in the FTC class. Over 6000 teams in each class from around the globe. 🌎🤖 Great way to learn !👍👩‍🎓👩‍🎓
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