Girls are smart, creative, and talented – they have the right stuff for STEM careers. So where are they? It’s still a front-burner issue – the lack of women in STEM. Anne Jolly talks with several experts, including Chevron executive Blair Blackwell.
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New to the STEM classroom? Returning for another year of STEM when fall arrives? Either way, summer is the ideal time to wrap your head around what you’ll be doing. Try some of Anne Jolly’s suggestions for what you can do in July!
STEM doesn’t deserve some of the fallout that’s pummeled it of late. What’s an education initiative devoted to correcting deficiencies in education to do? Anne Jolly takes on some of the jaw-dropping attacks and works to set the record straight.
For STEM programs to realize their ambitions, kids need to communicate with the world about their projects. Science educator Anne Jolly says social media tools can help STEM students collaborate, tap expertise, and build key communications skills.
Are there components that must always be in place for something to earn the STEM program label? STEM curriculum expert Anne Jolly identifies two essentials.
Just in time for a new school year, science educator Anne Jolly has a checklist for schools that are about to launch themselves into the STEM universe.
Too often teaching runs counter to boys’ brains, says science educator Anne Jolly. STEM takes advantage of boys’ high-energy, movement-driven learning orientation.
Anne Jolly has six ideas to help teachers incorporate STEM thinking & practices into regular lessons throughout the year.
STEM projects require student teamwork. Anne Jolly offers 7 steps to help students gain team skills and behaviors.
With support from NSF, science educator Anne Jolly is helping develop hands-on science activities for the middle grades that will fully integrate with national standards.