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2024 National STEM Challenge: Unleash Creativity and Innovation in Your Students!

2024 National STEM Challenge: Unleash Creativity and Innovation in Your Students! Get Ready for the National STEM Challenge! Hey, middle...
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Phenomenal Futures: Developing Science Identity in High School Students Using Investigative Research Projects

Phenomenal Futures: Developing Science Identity in High School Students Using Investigative Research Projects High school is a pivotal time for...
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Free STEM Teaching Resources: What is Artificial Intelligence?

New! Free Resources to Drive Deeper Learning in STEM and Explore Artificial Intelligence Have you ever stopped to wonder, what...
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Reading Supports for Budding Student Scientists

Help students flourish with new writing and reading supports available on the Activate Learning Digital Platform. Do any of these...
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Free Science Teaching Resources: Astronomy and James Webb Space Telescope Lessons

Download the Free Poster and James Webb Space Telescope Lessons Over the next 50 years, thousands of people will travel...
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Why Teachers Should Include Emerging Science in STEM Learning

In our first Deeper Learning newsletter, we discussed the School Superintendents Association's report calling for the broader education community to...
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