The K–12 Computer Science Framework promotes a vision in which all students critically engage in computer science issues; approach problems in innovative ways; and create computational artifacts with a personal, practical, or community purpose.
Alt School, located in Palo Alto, California, is an experiment in customized learning environments.
What happens when you start college with no path ahead of you? You explore. Professor Tracey Holloway discusses her career, from beginning of college to working with students and helping them find the path for them. Holloway works to create more "on-ramps" or paths for STEM students while fostering creativity and excitement.
MythBusters host Adam Savage talks to KQED about the importance of fostering the instinct to make things by hand at Maker Faire.
NEW Think & Learn Code-a-pillar from Fisher-Price. Toy caterpillar with interchangeable body segments designed to develop coding skills of sequencing and planning, problem solving, and critical thinking among preschoolers.
Becoming 3D and ROBO 3D collaborated to bring their STEM focused 3D Printing Education Kit to the Boys & Girls Club of the Capital City in Jefferson City, Missouri
Spotlight on Howard Owens Science Center; Schmidt Environmental Center; JR Finance Park; & Oxon Hill Middle School, a STEAM School
Windows 10 introduces additional features designed specifically for K - 12 educators and students, alongside other education news today from Microsoft.
Techbridge is engineering a revolution for girls to change the world through science, technology, and engineering. Watch Aileen’s inspiring story.
President Obama's remarks at the White House Science Fair on April 13, 2016.