Tag Archives: STEM

LEARN: The Key To Success is…..Art?

Art, it turns out, might be the key to getting good grades! It seems that nurturing creativity and a child’s unique expression of their individuality can have a huge impact on how they do in other areas of their life. Many studies continue telling us the same thing. For example, a paper published by the […]

SPOTLIGHT: Albert Einstein & his Contributions to STEM

Who was he? We’ve all heard about him- his name is basically synonymous with being a “genius”, after all…But who was Albert Einstein? Born in Germany in 1879, this man (and Nobel prize winner) would go on to become one of the pillars of modern physics. According to him, his fascination with science was rooted […]

SPOTLIGHT: Meet The STE(A)M Influencers Of Today

White lab-coat, glasses, and… how old again? The scientists of today are a bit younger than you might expect! Each of these exceptional young people has made an amazing contribution to the fields of STE(A)M. Click the link to learn more about them. 1. Gabriel Dayan, 19 One biology class in high school led Gabriel […]

STEM & STE(A)M: What They Are and Why it Matters

Children engaging and learning in STE(A)M activity

What are STEM and STEAM? STEM is an acronym that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STE(A)M, on the other hand, stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.  Both of these concepts aim to encourage an interdisciplinary approach towards learning, in which kids apply skills from not one but all topics when they encounter […]