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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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Meg Steele Barker 19m
So we started promoting our night with a jellybean challenge! The student who won spent about 15 minutes measuring and counting. Can’t wait to announce tomorrow! thank you!
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Aurora Public Schools 6h
APS recently hosted the ninth annual Girls Technology Camp! This day-long event provided sixth-grade female students from across the district with engaging, hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics () experiences. 🧠🎀💗
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Sarah Rivera✨ Apr 20
This is a super cool way to learn musical notes!
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SkillsUSA Apr 21
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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Prellis Biologics 3h
Meet our new Lead Chemist, Milad Khorrami PhD - Milad recently finished his PhD in Biomedical Engineering - working specifically in biomaterials printing with Multi-photon excitation and we're thrilled to have him !
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Crystal Braswell 1h
Cloverdale students presented to the NASA Space Grant Consortium! The first K-12 group to ever present their research.
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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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Dr. Pamela Dickrell 6h
Scenes from a middle school outreach day learning about circuits and 🍋 batteries! Fun but tired! Our public school teachers are extremely underpaid for what they do period after period, day after day, for so many kids!
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dailySTEM 6h
Goal: a FREE weekly 1 page "the Daily STEM" that has news, puzzle, & more to help inspire kids with & Here's Vol 1 Issue 1 (PDF available here: (Thanks to for encouraging me to start!)
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NJIT Apr 19
She played for and now she's using data science to help the . Learn all about how went from NJIT to the NBA
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Melissa Castillo Apr 18
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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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Dr. Martin Apr 16
First they make a plan... then they build! It’s what good engineers do!
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Everyday STEM Superheroes 6h
One of our favorite books is "How to Code a Sandcastle!" We cannot wait to read "How to Code a Roller Coaster"!
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Natasha Mzungu 10h
There is a definite case for connectivity powered in rural Zimbabwe. The hunger is definitely there. Connectivity however now needs to evolve from being provider centric to being SOLUTION centric. This rural Kariba school and clinic are 2 of many cases.🤔
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Ronald D. Rothe 8h
Pics from "How to Teach Students to Code in Scratch" training conducted by the Science and Engineering Educational Development of Students (SEEDS) organization from being conducted for some of our educators partially funded by our grant
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JDE Library 4h
Thrilled to have some UTEP Miners here to present to our robotics clubs! ⁦
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