Join Steve Spangler to learn how to use elements of the story line to teach and reinforce fundamental parts of your early childhood science curriculum.
This presentation will focus on the idea that young children need frequent positive experiences with nature for their holistic development and for becoming environmentally literate individuals.
In this webinar, Terry Young, a veteran librarian and science educator, will take us on a STEMulating discovery of STEM and NGSS.
In this webinar, you’ll learn practical classroom applications of five top-rated digital tools: National Geographic Education, Google Earth, PBS Learning Media, KQED Do Now, and Nova Labs.
In this research and activity-filled webinar, Kevin Baird, Chairman at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness will provide attendees with actionable, immediately usable approaches and activities to meet this growing challenge.
Does science have to be messy? What can young children understand about science? Preschool teacher and author Peggy Ashbrook discussed her thinking about these questions and more in this edWeb.net webinar on best practices in early childhood science. Early childhood educators from preschools, family home child care, as well as professors, preservice, university lab school teachers, and others who want to reflect on their science teaching practice, will benefit.
Looking for a way to integrate STEM into your daily activities? Step into a fully functioning early childhood science laboratory. Attendees learned how to intrigue and motivate their PreK to second grade students to be super scientists.
The shortage of professionals with advanced skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is a real challenge for companies and the US economy. It presents a tremendous opportunity for today’s students who have a passion for STEM—the most in-demand, rewarding college degrees and jobs are in the STEM fields.
Science is a subject that should be experienced, but you don’t need a fancy white coat, expensive equipment, or a lab with bubbling beakers for this to happen. Two influential educators from the Florida Virtual School discussed how they are tackling early elementary science, while making it engaging, fun and meaningful!
It is easy to see how character education fits well within the disciplines of literature and history, but is it possible to find meaningful ways to utilize this program in a science or math class? Yes! The depth and richness of the Medal of Honor Character Development Program can be a vehicle to take lessons of service and courage into the world of numbers and scientific discovery.