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STEAM Buyers Beware

There is a disturbing trend among many EdTech Startups and Organizations that has been evolving over the past 18 months.  In this highly-competitive and lucrative business market, the actual needs of schools are getting sidetracked by the "cool [...]

Why STEM is Still Skeptical of STEAM

In education, the one thing we can always be certain of is shifting priorities.  Over the past 20 years, in an attempt to "fix" the broken system, everyone from politicians to famous athletes to business [...]

The 2015 Spring Edition of STEAMed Magazine is Here!

An all-new edition of the popular STEAMed Magazine has arrived just in time for spring.  In this edition, we've got some incredible new stories from educators all over the country that are embracing and using [...]

Submit an article for the April STEAMed Magazine

After the incredibly successful launch of our quarterly digital magazine, STEAMed, we are ready to feature new articles, ideas, and strategies from the field in our April edition.  Our January edition has already reached over [...]

10 STEAM Leadership Books Worth Exploring

One of the things all educators need is to rest and relax with our family and friends and focus on what is most important in our lives.  It's also important to recharge our batteries from the day-to-day [...]

Maximizing the Arts through the Studio/Lab Design

If the road to integrating the arts sounds a bit daunting or overwhelming, you're not alone.  We know that integrating the arts with integrity is SO important for reaching and teaching all of our students, [...]

STEAM Resource Roundup 2014

Finding resources for STEAM integration that are of high quality can be a daunting task.  We thought it would be a good idea to gather our personal “go-to” lists for STEAM resources and compile them [...]

I Got Kissed by a Giraffe! Packing STEAM in Your Suitcase

Summer vacation started three weeks ago. Let the summer slide begin! Or, use STEAM to keep the kids occupied and learning about biology, engineering, weather, erosion, math and art. Any vacation can be turned into a [...]

Why Add Art to STEAM?

Art should be added to STEM because women in STEM need the creative and innovative education to guide them into STEM careers. Most girls connect with liberal arts like art, dance, music, and drama so [...]

We have the answer and it is: STEAM

A typical middle school day includes six periods of five mandatory subjects and one elective. Students move every hour from classroom to classroom and study the subjects in isolation with one teacher and one subject. [...]

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