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A STEM Story for Early STEM Learning

by Susan Nall Bales
February 6, 2017

Watch a group of young children in a community garden. They’ll dig in the soil, find and play with earthworms and insects, plant seeds in patches of sunlight, and come back to watch them sprout, grow, and bear fruit. With a little help, these kids can be doing more than … 







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STEM Starts Early: Grounding Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education in Early Childhood

by Elisabeth McClure, Doug Clements, Lisa Guernsey, Susan Nall Bales, Jennifer Nichols, Nat Kendall-Taylor, and Michael Levine

Tomorrow’s inventors and scientists are today’s curious young children—as long as those children are given ample chances to explore and are guided by adults equipped to support them. STEM Starts Early is the culmination of a deep inquiry supported by the National Science Foundation that aims to better understand the … 







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Digital Games and Family Life

Once a novelty restricted to arcades, video games have become a deeply embedded part of our lives. As digital game platforms have become increasingly more affordable and more accessible over the past forty years, it has become clear that games aren’t just fun to play, but can motivate people of … 







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SxSW Edu

6 - 9 Mar 2017 | Austin, TX

This event is open to the public. Through powerful presentations from prominent and emerging leaders, SXSWedu explores a diverse range of topics that impact the future of how we teach, learn and grow. Keynotes kick off each day of programming, while featured sessions headline each hour of the conference day … 







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