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The agreement between NASEF and eFuse will provide scholarships, networking and educational content to help provide future pathways for K-12 students through esports.
From Starting Up to Advanced Level and Emerging Trends, the newly launched event features more than 50 sessions for all levels of participants.
During these unusual times, how do you support computer science to your middle school curriculum at school and at home? There is an overwhelming amount of resources for teachers, what […]
Generation Z STEM guru Justin Shaifer revealed at @FETC2020 that K-12 students are passionate and ambitious about science, technology, engineering and math.
A principal and FETC speaker reacts to a recent survey that says principals either don’t prioritize the advancement of STEAM education or don’t have the means to do so.
The North America Scholastic Esports Federation, a signature program partner for the Academic Esports Conference and Expo, signs an agreement to work with the British Esports Association.
A recent district initiative to build STEM skills opened the door for a personal finance class at Lewis Mills High School in Connecticut, says principal and DA guest columnist Chris Rau, who champions the class as a graduation requirement.
Real-world math problems better connect with students and demonstrate how the subject, along with problem-solving and productive struggle, can be used in their daily lives.
Financial literacy and personal finance can be incorporated in math classes to make the learning more relevant and practical.
In honor of Black History Month, DA guest columnist Jessie Woolley-Wilson addresses what educators can learn from the first African American woman and man to earn doctorates in math—and the continued importance of role models of color.
Elementary-age students at the Marie Philip School at The Learning Center for the Deaf near Boston are programming robots to learn the engineering design process.
Coding and STEM activities for special education students create career pathways that some learners are uniquely suited for.