BRING IN THE REAL WORLD

How might we authentically apply STEM to real-world questions and contexts so students can make real change in the world, now and in the future.

How might we authentically apply STEM to real-world questions and contexts so students can make real change in the world, now and in the future.

What we heard: “We can't just teach our students about inventors and scientists like Edison and the Wright brothers, we have to make them into those innovators and scientists. No greater subject allows for this process than STEM.” - Sara Freeman, Middle School Teacher, Sacramento, CA  

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Use free tools and resources to examine data; consider the stories they tell, how to visualize the stories, and how to act on what we learn

Use free tools and resources to examine data; consider the stories they tell, how to visualize the stories, and how to act on what we learn

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Bring maker tools to underserved communities so students can become inventors, creating solutions to problems in their everyday lives.

Bring maker tools to underserved communities so students can become inventors, creating solutions to problems in their everyday lives.

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