Check out this great example of E-STEM in action and vote daily for your favorite student project to be crowned Community Choice Winner in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow competition! Now through April 23.
Minecraft: Education Edition offers ready-to-go lessons and tools for E-STEM educators. Join UNESCO's Peace with Nature Global Build Challenge or explore sustainability with the Sustainability City toolkit. Educators new to Minecraft will find lots of resources to help them get started.
Gulf Research Program is seeking proposals from nonprofit and community based organizations with 501(c)(3) status that have existing environmental justice (EJ) programs to cultivate the next generation of STEMM leaders (children and youth, 5 to 24 years old) in the field of environmental justice. Applicants may request up to $250,000 per year for up to five years.
Feeling unsure in this unfamiliar virtual territory? In part two of this series on virtual instruction, find tips for creating great programs and app suggestions to take your virtual lessons to the next level.
The Maine Environmental Education Association, NAAEE's Maine Affiliate, and the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance recently partnered on a survey of community-based environmental learning across Maine. Read more to find out what they learned!
Educating people about a topic, even getting them to care about it, often does not translate into action. Incorporating the Engineering Design Process into environmental education programs can encourage participants to feel ownership for creating solutions to environmental problems.