Science • Technology • Engineering • Mathematics
STEM to STEAM
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics are key components of education. Integrating literacy, communication, analytical, technical, and collaborative skills with STEAM will translate to the job market and prepare students for success. Students sitting in classrooms today are the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. Let's meet the demands of the 21st Century and prepare the next generation.
Integrate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math throughout the curriculum to prepare students for success in the global community
STEM education for every student
FREE Professional Development
Science is Fun is offering a FREE 7-hour professional development training at the Chief Science Officer Institute at Grand Canyon University on.
Experience the Science is Fun program, learn research behind the impact and how to implement Science is Fun at your school. REGISTER NOW!
If you are a middle or high school teacher, after school professional, or other educator who wants to enrich your students' educational experience, join us for a three-day workshop. We will be holding a workshop on the west coast and the east coast.
The workshop will develop educators' capacity to help kids learn to think and act as an inventor while developing a solution to a real-world problem. The workshop includes strategies for the effective use of JV InvenTeam guides made available free of charge on our website here.
Currently, we are only accepting pre-registration. Click on the registration link to be added to the list. Please email Gayle Golding if you have any questions or contact her directly at 617-253-3410.
Take your STEM lessons to the next level!
Each three-day strand is facilitated by master educators and includes a kit of equipment and supplies worth at least $100 so you can implement what you have learned when you return to the classroom.
June 6-8, 2017
- Filthy Science - Getting Down and Dirty with Earth
- Native and Nourishing School Gardens - Cultivating Engagement
- Fresh Water and Marine Biology - From Arizona's Rivers to the Sea of Cortez
June 13-15, 2017
- Shocking Connections - Mixing Water and Energy
- Desert Exploration - Parks and Perks, Just For You!
- 3-to-3 - STEM for Our Youngest Learners
- VEX IQ Challenge - Robotics for Elementary and Middle School Students
AspireIT K-12 Outreach Program
NCWIT AspireIT connects high school and college women with K-12 girls interested in computing. Using a near-peer model, program leaders teach younger girls fundamentals in programming and computational thinking in fun, creative environments that are supported by program partners from the NCWIT community. The relationship between the program leaders and their program partners fosters mentoring with technical professionals, increases young women's confidence in their computing abilities, and develops valuable leadership skills. Applications for NCWIT AspireIT programs occurring June 15, 2017- October 14, 2017 are now open!
NatGeo Saturday STEM Series
Explore STEM with a National Geographic Explorer! Join the ADE K-12 Standards team as we partner with NatGeo Learning to explore STEM teaching and learning. Keynotes presented by National Geographic Explorers and authors; breakout sessions presented by ADE and NatGeo Learning Specialists. Sessions occur Sept. 17th, Jan. 21st, Apr. 8th, Jun. 10th. See the flyer for more details.
Veritasium is a channel of science and engineering videos featuring experiments, expert interviews, cool demos, and discussions with the public about everything science.
A big congratulations to Mendoza and Sirrine Elementaries and Red Mountain and Westwood High Schools for their selection to participate in this unique STEM opportunity! Arizona SciTech, the states leading innovator and proponent of STEM education, announced the launch of a joint initiate between hi-tech businesses, community members, educators, students, and parents to create the first ever AZ STEM School Community of Practice. The Selection Committee chose fifty-seven Arizona schools to participate. We are excited to have three school site teams representing Mesa Public Schools in this collaboration!