Over the past few years, we’ve had some amazing and inspiring guest bloggers, many of whom have endeavored to encourage learners to get interested in STEM. Whether you’re a seasoned pro, an educator, a parent, or just a curious, armchair STEM fan, there’s something here to pique your interest.
Looking to find new ways to engage children and adolescents in STEM?
- Check out our interview with best-selling author Andrea Beaty, whose picture books feature pint-sized thinkers using science and technology to find themselves.
- Learn about “My Gadget’s Second Life”, a program in India in which budding technologists explore the inner workings of old machines.
- What does it take to run a summer camp for kids interested in STEM? Ask the good people at “Gearing Up”, a program in British Columbia.
- Find out how STEM education benefits young people in Air Cadets.
- It’s never too early to learn about robotics! For starters, there’s the Junior FIRST LEGO League.
Hoping to encourage and support girls and women in STEM?
- Donna Milgram of IWITTS shares her approach.
- Luanne Tierney of Juniper Networks gives her perspective.
- Read about ways in which STEM is quickly becoming an integral part of the Girl Scouts of America.
- Eva Martinez gives insight into women in aviation.
- Doina Oncel, introduces hErVolution, an organization dedicated to girls and women in STEM.
Got a general interest in STEM?
- Heather Knight explains the notion of being a Social Roboticist.
- Leslie Adams gives perspective on STEM and biodiversity.
- Author and speaker Michael Belfiore talks about engaging general audiences with STEM.
Cheers to our amazing guest bloggers!