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Avoid the Swiss-cheese effect in STEM teaching -http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v524/n7564/full/524161c.html?WT.ec_id=NATURE-20150813&spMailingID=49306476&spUserID=MjA1NzU2MDA4MwS2&spJobID=741956713&spReportId=NzQxOTU2NzEzS0

STEM teaching: avoid Swiss-cheese effect : Nature

National Environmental Education Week

Free Resource Friday: National Environmental Education Week

Environmental Education and STEM: science, technology, engineering & math. The environment is a compelling context for teaching and engaging today's students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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A human embryonic stem cell colony (surrounded by "feeder" fibroblast cells). There is a great deal of potential for stem cell research, for research using embryonic, adult, and induced pluripotent stem cells.

A 'leaky STEM pipeline' keeps many women, racial and ethnic minorities as well as adults from low-income families from pursuing STEM careers. How early do these leaks begin?

Here's why kids fall behind in science

6 STEM resources to engage women and minorities. Working toward equal access.

Women and minorities often drop out of STEM-related studies and activities. Here are 6 resources to keep them engaged.

Create a Maker Club, Start a Movement - The Power of Starting Small #MedinaLibrary #MakerClub #FractusLearning

Create a Maker Club, Start a Movement - The Power of Starting Small. For the youngest students how to get started.

2015- Models for higher education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are under pressure around the world. Although most STEM faculty and practicing scientists have learned successfully in a traditional format, they are the exception, not the norm, in their success. Education should support a diverse population of students in a world where using knowledge, not merely memorizing it, is becoming ever more important.

2015- Models for higher education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are under pressure around the world. Although most STEM faculty and practicing scientists have learned successfully in a traditional format, they are the exception, not the norm, in their success. Education should support a diverse population of students in a world where using knowledge, not merely memorizing it, is becoming ever more important.

The Show Me Librarian: Family BristleBot Challenge

The Show Me Librarian: Family BristleBot Challenge - Small project of the week idea

Week's Best Books in brief : Nature : Nature Publishing Group

Week's Best Books in brief : Nature : Nature Publishing Group

The stats on minorities in STEM fields are disheartening and showcase the need for increased attention to the problem.

Statistics show that many minorities don’t have as many STEM workers as Asians or White Americans.

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