See how these popular STEM summer camps, are sending kids home with knowledge, skills and the ability to change the world.
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A match made in heaven: Ciara and Amazon. Add Georgia Tech’s EarSketch to that and you’ve got a high school STEM competition that has kids coding music.
STEM classes have increased while enrollment in humanities majors is in sharp decline. Are the humanities dying, and if so, why?
There are even more ways to get girls into STEM thanks to Boolean Girl. Check out their Boolean Box, which introduces STEM learning to girls.
11-year-old Coder, CEO Samaira Mehta says not to discount kids when it comes to making global changes. As for Mehta, her coding skills are doing just that.
There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day, and kids need to learn how to use it. The key? Teaching data literacy in schools.
The push for kids to approach STEM is stronger than ever. LEGO League Jr. has made it easy for kids to get into STEM, all while boosting their creativity.
This company could make virtual reality experience the norm by bringing motion capture tech in schools in the near future.
For children with ADHD or non-linear thinking, STEM activities may the key to developing skills that help keep them focused and engaged.