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Top 10 STEM Education News Articles of 2018


Each month, we list articles on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education that we find exceptionally inspiring and educational.  Topics range from research reports to feature stories about new STEM initiatives in schools.  These articles support Defined STEM’s mission of inspiring and empowering students to develop the critical 21st-century skills they need to succeed in college, career, and life.


Here’s what we liked this month:


21st-Century Learning Starting in Elementary School


Learning about weather-related natural disasters is serious business for the budding meteorologists at White Oak Elementary School in Sugar Hill, Georgia. For a recent STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) project, one team of fifth graders drafted emergency response plans that they planned to present to an audience of civil engineers. Another team mapped out a field trip for younger children to help them understand weather patterns. Other students contemplated how they might use Minecraft or produce videos to share what they had learned through their weather investigations. Read more…


How Does Project-Based Learning Prepare Generation Z for the Future?

Getting Smart

Meet Generation Z– the future pioneers of our increasingly global world, a world that is “careening ahead at great velocity.” This post-millennial society will experience a future in flux where a growing polarization of labor opportunity will change the fundamental nature of work. As an ever-connected civilization in need of quick thinkers, problem-solvers and innovators for our future, it is imperative we consider how to best prepare this cohort for these radical shifts. Perhaps what distinguishes Generation Z from previous generations, in part, is the expanse of alternate and progressive forms of education available today; Project-based learning is a popular pedagogy known to prepare students for the challenges awaiting them in the real world. Read more…


Commentary: Where STEM Context and Careers Meet

U.S. News & World Report

STEM JOBS REPRESENT ONE of the fastest-growing opportunities in our economy, leaping past other careers. These jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields often pay better than other jobs for workers with the same level of education, and there is a shortage of young people pursuing these paths, in the public and private sectors. Despite all of these reasons to pursue a STEM degree, a recent Pew Research Center survey found, “only a third of workers (33%) ages 25 and older with at least a bachelor’s degree have an undergraduate degree in a STEM field.” With a network of 20,000-plus schools throughout North America, EVERFI delivers digital resources that help teachers equip students with the skills they need to succeed. Read more…


I Was A Bad Student Who Became an Astronaut. Let’s Stop Telling People They Can’t Be Good at Science


Since I’ve returned from spending a year in space, I’ve been traveling the world sharing my experiences. I’ve been surprised by one of the things I’ve heard from audiences: that they believe science is too difficult, too complex for a normal person to comprehend. Apparently, over one-third of the world thinks I’m a genius, because according to the 3M State of Science Index, 36% of people around the globe think you need to be a genius in order to have a career in science. I’m here to tell you that’s not true. Read more…


A Tale of Two Competency-Based Districts

eSchool News

Districts around the country are moving away from teaching models based on lectures and textbooks—but transition isn’t always simple. Creating a competency-based or mastery-based environment requires re-thinking everything, including teaching methods, assessments, and how to best prepare students for life after school. Both Kankakee Public Schools in Illinois and Naugatuck Public Schools in Connecticut are making the shift to competency-based learning, and have had their share of challenges along the way. Here, administrators from the two districts chart their journey and reflect on the importance that project-based learning (PBL) has in preparing students for college and careers. Read more…



Education Week

Government agencies, business groups, and policymakers continue to prioritize support for the STEM fields. But K-12 educators note that these fields present many places where kids can get stuck—from weak instruction in the early grades to traditional calculus classes in high school and college. Even the end goal, improved employment outcomes, remains murky. In this special report, Education Week takes a closer look at these STEM gateways, searching out ones that offer new avenues. Read more…


Let Students Take Control of Their Learning

Education Week

At Kankakee School District, we asked our students the question, “What was your most memorable moment in school?” More than 90% of their responses reflected a project they created on their own, and the relationship they had with a teacher during it. They remember the moments where they were excited and felt in charge of their own learning.

For a long time, we’ve been trying to nail down that golden learning style that works best for every student. But ultimately, every single person thinks and learns differently. To unlock every student’s potential for growth, we have to start by letting them take control of their own learning. Read more…


Career-Focused PBL



In Kankakee, Illinois, students begin exploring future careers as soon as they start kindergarten. By engaging in project-based learning units that have a strong career focus, students experience education through the eyes of landscape architects, lawyers, culinary artists, entrepreneurs, and more. “We want them to start thinking early about opportunities,” says Kankakee superintendent Genevra Walters, “and understand the connection between what they’re doing in school and their long-term goals.”

Since becoming superintendent in 2014, Walters has been redesigning the K–12 system so that all children have access to education that prepares them for the future. Read more…


Here’s How to Keep a STEM Lesson on Track

Middle Web

The Teacher’s Challenge: Prepare all students to think deeply and creatively so that they can become innovators, educators, researchers, and leaders who solve the pressing challenges facing global societies today. How will teachers prepare students to do that?

STEM is a fast-growing strategy designed to address that objective. The best STEM lessons actively involve students in finding solutions for real problems. These problems are open-ended and include students in designing prototypes, which they then test, evaluate, and redesign. Read more…


Project-Based Learning Is Just the Beginning

EdTech Update

A district is preparing its students for the future by focusing on the skills and connections students will need in their careers.

Having a job may seem a lifetime away for a child, but by exposing them to different career paths, we can get them thinking about their life after high school and better prepare them for their lives after graduation. Read more…


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