One of the best ways to foster children’s interest in science is to expose them to the joy of discovery! CSI Web Adventures is a great resource to get children thinking like scientists through an engaging computer-game format. Students go through a series of beginner, intermediate, and advanced CSI cases, apply their knowledge of forensic […]

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https://www.engineergirl.org/ is a great resource for middle school girls to begin exploring and getting excited about careers in engineering. Students can browse engineering fun facts, bios of women professionals who love their work, and even “try on a career” in engineering that fits their individual interests and talents. Do your students already know they want […]

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Interested in creating a program where young girls are excited about participating in science and math? Techbridge’s after-school program called FabLab allows young girls the space to dream and create though hands-on projects like taking apart lawn mowers to building biomass-burning stoves for families across the world. “Every day, everybody gets to make something. It’s […]

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What a better way to learn about how to help kids reach their potential than to turn to scientific evidence that is 45-years in the making. The Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth (SMPY) is the longest-running longitudinal survey – consisting of over 5,000 participants whom have gone on to become high achieving scientists. Although over […]

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The results are in. Stack Overflow’s annual web developer survey found that 10% of the respondents identified as women. While this is still an incredibly low number, the percentage increased 3.4% in the last year. But what does this mean for you? If you’re a woman interested in entering the field of technology, the field […]

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“The best ideas can happen when different views come together and all voices are heard and respected.” Deloitte, an industry leading audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services not only supports this value, but is currently enacting it in a real, practical way. Click here to learn about Deloitte’s partnership with the organization Girls Who Code […]

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Reading a scientific paper is incredibly different from many other forms of writing – and can often feel like a daunting task. However, there are several ways to become an effective article reader without becoming overwhelmed by unfamiliar terms and concepts. Check out this article from Science Magazine to learn how you can further develop […]

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Nations all over the world are taking measures to address the lack of workers in the STEM fields. An example is Hong Kong’s new classroom model for kindergartners – that is, to have no classroom. Hong Kong Forest Kindergarten is among several nature-based nurseries advocating for the power of outdoor play. The advocates claim children […]

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