STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is the hottest topic in kids learning and lifestyle. Where coding remains the hottest topic among STEM education and play.
So we decided to roundup STEM hot topics each week, starting off with our first vol. 1 collection.
The importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to the success of children is undeniable. Yet, women are leaving STEM in droves.
Students from several Washington-area schools got to do that recently at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum as part of its “STEM in 30” program.
Engineering For Kids is bringing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), to kids ages 4 to 14 in a fun and challenging way through classes, camps, clubs, and parties.
Tynker is an online platform with rich partnerships designed to help kids with valuable coding skills. They bill themselves as “Everything your child needs to learn computer programming the fun way! Ages 7+”. Tynker goes out of their way to make sure that all of the activities within their platform are fun, and relevant.
The data on the career trajectory of women in computing shows why this challenge is so critical for the future of the industry.