Makerspace Resources for Teachers- MIT Edgerton Center

MIT Edgerton Center Makerspace

The Edgerton Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a home for experiential learning for students of all ages. I was delighted to learn about their makerspace resources at last year’s Massachusetts STEM Summit. If you want to create a K-12 makerspace classroom, the Edgerton Center offers a variety of free resources plus professional

Boston Area STEM Activities for Kids- April 2019 Roundup

April is my favorite month because there are so many wonderful STEM activities to choose from, including the popular Cambridge Science Festival and the Wellesley STEM Expo. Here’s an overview of these two events. Wellesley STEM Expo– Saturday, April 6 Wellesley Education Foundation’s Wellesley STEM Expo 2019 is a hands-on science, technology, engineering and math

Massachusetts Army National Guard: Robotics Program for Schools

I am excited to share information about a free robotics program I discovered at the recent Massachusetts STEM Summit. The Massachusetts Army National Guard recently created a STEM Robotics Seminar for high school students. This is an opportunity for students to get exposure to and learn about robotics during a special school-day seminar. The Urban

Boston Area STEM Activities for Kids- March 2019 Roundup

MassBay High School STEM Summer Sampler Workshops

Spring is around the corner and here are a few STEM opportunities I want to highlight. MassBay Community College– Summer STEM Sampler Workshops for High School Students The Summer STEM Sampler Workshops will be offered July 15-19, 2019 on MassBay’s Wellesley Hills campus. This one week, free program is designed to give underserved high school

MIT Spark 2019: Classes (STEM & More) for Middle School Students

Classroom desk and drawn blackboard of chemistry teaching general view

Registration is now open for MIT’s popular Spark program for middle school students and will be held March 16 and 17, 2019 on the university’s campus in Cambridge, MA. Spark is an annual event where 7th and 8th-grade students get to take a variety of really interesting classes, including science, technology, engineering, and math, taught