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Small changes can dramatically boost learning in STEM classes

Low-cost, active teaching techniques—particularly group work and worksheets—substantially improve learning in university science classes, according

Increasing STEM interest among young girls through early interaction with computers and robots

Girls start believing they aren’t good at math, science and even computers at a young

Dealing with the tangible and real can hook kids on science

When Fish Come To School, Kids Get Hooked On Science A program that brings live

Flipped Classrooms Turning STEM Education Upside Down

Given the difficult-to-digest subject matter in many STEM classrooms, educators have customarily relied on traditional

Young women in STEM fields earn up to one-third less than men

Marriage, kids and scientific fields chosen explain gap, study finds One year after they graduate,

Students Drop Their Stereotypes of Science When They ‘Meet the Scientist’

Young people who may have thought that scientists were ‘boring’ and ‘nerdy’ changed their minds

A Future Segregated by Science?

Let me say up front: I’m not a science guy. I have always loved science,

A ‘waterless’ shower and other breakthrough ideas from precocious students

There’s a renewed fervor among education advocates to encourage more students to enter the fields

New Research Proves Gender Bias Extraordinarily Prevalent in STEM Careers

Columbia Business School experiments show that hiring managers chose men twice as often for careers

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Spreading the Advanced Placement Gospel to Nurture Scientists and Engineers

Even before the first day of class in August, Maura Fritzley had second thoughts about

Who Says Math Has to Be Boring?

American students are bored by math, science and engineering. They buy smartphones and tablets by

To Attract More Girls to STEM, Bring More Storytelling to Science

  Women and girls are historically underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields and