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Sun Sep 13, 2015 10:08 AM
I am an Early Childhood Education major, and I will be graduating in two years with my Master's and an endorsement in STEM. I love the idea of incorporating STEM into elementary school classrooms. By doing so, students have opportunities to be innovative, creative, curious, and collaborative. In my future classroom, I would love to begin the day with a quick science activity to get my students thinking and engaged. I love using Pinterest to find quick STEM challenges. Does anyone know of any other resourceful and educational websites that will help me find ideas for future STEM challenges? Thank you!
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Fri Oct 09, 2015 11:39 AM
Hi Hayden, STEM is incredibly important and the earlier we can incorporate it into the classroom the better! I have a resource that will help you incorporate fun and engaging science demonstrations into the classroom. I am a professor of science methods at Temple University and I have been developing a YouTube channel called FunScienceDemos that is home to hundreds of free science video demonstrations that are easy to recreate in the classroom! They are all common core aligned and cover a wide array of topics
Check it out and subscribe to our channel!
Dr. George Mehler Ed.D.,
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