The call for applications and nominations is now open for The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the highest honors bestowed by the United States government specifically for science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics teaching.
Maximize student learning through the power of instructional technology! Join us in conversation with Chelsea Leming and Kristen Brooks of Cherokee County Schools to learn more.
On Friday, May 3rd, thousands of educators and students across the state will celebrate Georgia STEM Day.
When it comes to a child’s future in the workplace, putting an extra emphasis on STEM can help set them up for success.
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When mobile devices are used for project-based learning, research has shown they can improve classroom engagement and student learning across grade levels.
These eight motivational TED Talks from teachers, tinkers, and thinkers will inspire any educator to incorporate STEM concepts into the classroom.
May 4 is Georgia STEM Day. Explore exciting ways you can incorporate STEM activities into your classroom!
Dunwoody Elementary School is a DOE Georgia STEM Certified School. The Science Lab uses STEM challenges and experiments, documented in each student’s journal, to enrich the science and math curriculum.
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You are cordially invited to join the ACC InVenture Prize Competition Team on Friday, March 31, 2017, for the 2nd annual ACC InVenture Prize Competition
At Dunwoody Elementary School, we are always striving to bring real world solutions to real world problems. As the computer science teacher, I take seriously that students come to me for a heaping dose of technology.
River Eves Elementary is the first Georgia STEM certified school in Fulton County Public Schools.
All students at King Springs Elementary School attend Art. We are divided into two campuses and I teach our 2nd-5th graders, which is approximately 600 students every 4 days.
The best advice I can give to other teachers is to reflect on how technological advancements are inextricable from their course content.
Double Churches Elementary School teacher Eric Crouch did a double take when he was surprised with a $25,000 Milken Educator Award during an all-school assembly.
Here are some tips for navigating GaETC as well as other edtech conferences you may attend in the future.
Transforming the classroom into a place where students can think critically and creatively, communicate, and work cooperatively is essential to ensuring they are successful in the 21st century.
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