Discover ways you can engage young minds in STEAM learning to help them investigate questions, solve problems and think of potential improvements.
In this edWebinar, you’ll come to understand how music as an “auditory tool” can support young children’s learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—all while developing their innate music capacity.
Learn to engage young citizens in STEAM, and how to remain relevant, by making learning authentic and fully immersed in the backdrop of the global context.
In this edWebinar, a technology integrationist and an instructional technology specialist who began with no experience in coding and robotics will show you why they fell in love with coding and robotics, their lessons learned, and best practices for making a program work for you and your students.
Two common computer science misconceptions are that it’s just about programming and that only teachers with computer science degrees should teach it. Carrie Willis, Technology Director for Valley Preparatory School and Strategic Outreach Manager for Wonder Workshop, and Caitlin Arakawa, Kindergarten Teacher at Valley Preparatory School, dispel these misconceptions, during a recent edWebinar. They highlighted that soft skills critical to student success in future fields of study such as logic, problem-solving and creativity are integral components of computer science curriculums.
Summer brain drain or the summer slide occurs when students, especially those from low-income families, lose some of the academic skills and knowledge learned during the previous school year. According to Erin Mulcahy, Senior Product Strategy Lead of Education at littleBits, during an edWebinar hosted by edWeb.net summer brain drain has a significant impact on elementary-aged students as the two-thirds of the achievement gap between lower and higher income 9th graders can be explained by summer learning loss. These early summer learning losses also have later life consequences, including whether students drop out of high school and attend college.
Learn how teaching-ready tools with specially designed activities and lessons can help engage students and inspire cross-curricular learning.
This edWebinar will share some of the coolest summer camp experiences littleBits has participated in to date to give us all some summer inspiration.
This edWebinar offers a review of the field of robotics, links to free resources, and real-world stories from the industry today that can be shared in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, learn how to unleash the inner scientist in your little sprouts and inspire the next generation of STEM superstars.