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Educator Voice: How space education brings vibrancy to the classroom

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Amelia Scholte from Pam Leestma’s 2nd grade class sharing the ISS truss she made proving the triangle shape is the strongest.  Photo courtesy of Pam…read more

STEM Student Reporting Labs: Why this athlete created a sports concussion sensor

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In the NewsHour lesson, you’ll learn about a concussion sensor invention to help athletes detect if they may have had a concussion during a game. Continue reading

Lesson plan: How inventions will land humans on Mars

Lesson Plan

Using the invention process, students will explore solutions to some of the problems facing the Mars mission and decide whether or not they are on board with expanding humankind’s reach in the universe. Continue reading

High school journalists report on sex education and public health

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Learn how PBS’ teen reporters are covering important health care issues like teen pregnancy in this STEM Student Reporting Labs “Health Innovators” series. Continue reading

Student voice: How young scientists are changing the world

Student Voice

  Young people are changing the world through science. Some of the 40 high school students who made it to the finals of the Regeneron…read more

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