## STEM: Fun With Coding!

What do purple winged unicorns and disco balls have to do with STEM? One initiative President Obama brought to the forefront is the need for children to be well versed …

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# Category: STEM

## STEM: Fun With Coding!

## Talk about Engineering

## Dividing Using the Area Model in Context of Problem Solving

## Let’s “Talk” Science

## Why Bother to Estimate??

## Build math and science vocabulary and have fun!

## Stop creating a word wall for your students!

A shared partnership program with HCTM and HCPS

What do purple winged unicorns and disco balls have to do with STEM? One initiative President Obama brought to the forefront is the need for children to be well versed …

Listen to engineering professionals “dish” on ideas for inspiring engineering thinking in K-12 students. Podcast topics include ways to integrate engineering into the K-12 education, innovative ideas to teach engineering, …

143 students will be attending the school music concert. Each row will seat 13 students. How many rows will be needed for all of the students to have a seat? …

We have all heard the term “accountable talk.” We get it, kids need to turn and talk to each other. They can’t sit and listen to us all day. But, …

Estimation is often overlooked in lessons involving multiplication or division. Even if students are told to estimate first, they often calculate to find the precise answer then round it to …

Building vocabulary knowledge and usage in mathematics and science should not amount to copying definitions in notebooks. Decades of copying definitions has resulted in many students being able to repeat …

How effective is it to have a list of math words on the wall? Who decides what words to place on the wall and who puts them up on display? …