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5 Ways To Encourage Critical Thinking In Students

5 Ways To Encourage Critical Thinking In Students

Encouraging critical thinking in students is one of the most important things educators can do in order to help them become successful adults. Critical thinking skills allow students to analyze and evaluate information, form opinions, and make decisions based on...

5 Ways To Assess Your Child’s Stem Capabilities

5 Ways To Assess Your Child’s Stem Capabilities

Are you a parent of a child who is interested in STEM? We know that it can be difficult to find the right time and place to introduce your child to STEM. That’s why we have created this guide for parents on how they can assess their children’s abilities in STEM. By...

How to Fight Imposter Syndrome: A Guide for Teachers

How to Fight Imposter Syndrome: A Guide for Teachers

Imposter syndrome is a very real problem that many teachers fall victim to. It's nothing to be ashamed of, but it can make the day-to-day difficult when you're constantly second-guessing yourself and worrying if you're qualified for your job. Imposter syndrome is a...

STEM in the Kitchen Activities for Kids

STEM in the Kitchen Activities for KidsCooking is an essential STEM activity for kids. This makes your home a learning center for kids when not in school. Whether restaurants are closed or not, you have to prepare food at home for the family, making you a chef. Your...

Encouraging Teens in Computer Engineering

Encouraging Teens in Computer Engineering

Encouraging Teens in Computer EngineeringThe engineering sector is one of the essential areas of practice in the world today. That's because of the vast technological advancement and the role it plays in innovation and development. Unfortunately, many people wrongly...

Why is STEM Important?

Why is STEM Important?

Why is STEM Important?Data from the United States Department of Commerce shows that STEM jobs increase at a 17% rate. This is impressive considering that other job markets are growing at a less-than 10% rate. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and...

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