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Teaching science with an engaging problem- or project-based approach that focuses on the needs of every learner.



Providing opportunities to express ideas creativity while solving problems using computer logic and skills.



Providing real-world learning experiences to challenge kids’ critical thinking, problem-solving, and evidence-based reasoning.



Applying mathematical reasoning to identify causal relationships and scale projects while creating solutions and overcoming obstacles.

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Are your products most suitable for classroom teachers or afterschool programs?

We created many of our slideshows and lessons for classroom teachers; however, several activities are also suitable for extra curricular programming; for example, the Navigation activities are extremely popular for outdoor play.

How do I use your STEM lessons in my classroom?

The lessons are divided into Mini-Challenges. This enables classroom teachers to incorporate our lessons into the classroom experience whether they have 15 minutes or 30 minutes.

Do I need special equipment or tools for your lessons?

We have been writing STEM units since 2009. We attempt to use real-world materials when we can to give kids an authentic experience. This is unique with our writing. This may not be possible in classrooms with a lot of students.

Why should STEM experiences be offered in my classroom?

It is crucial to provide STEM experiences in contemporary classrooms. It is not just about teaching specific disciplines and content. STEM classrooms promote intellectual, entrepreneurial, and technical skills through design thinking, which is essential for future economic growth and prosperity.

Dave Schoeff

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