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Omaha Chamber CareerRockit

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

A new page has been added to the website CareerRockit that helps inform and encourage students on exciting new STEM careers available right here in Omaha. Students, educators, and parents connect with opportunities outside of Careerockit to move along the learning pipeline, gain applicable knowledge and build excitement for growing…

Northrop Grumman STEM High School Internship Program

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

  If you love math and science, are creative and hardworking, and desire a STEM-related career, then this is the internship for you! Students selected for Northrop Grumman’s summer STEM High School Internship Program will work alongside our top engineers and scientists in a fun and challenging environment. Apply today…

AAAS (American Association for the Advancement in Science) UNO STEM Blog is Posted (includes Ecosystem section)!

On April 29, 2019, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

The UNO STEM Education Blog (on P-12 Teacher Engagement), invited by the American Association for the Advancement in Science (AAAS) has now been posted!    Here is the link.  This is very big kudos to UNO, and our STEM Education colleagues in the community, as many of the AAAS blogs…

K-12 Technology Newsletter: Evaluate the News, Read for Evidence, Navigate ESL Challenges & More

On October 22, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

The K-12 Technology newsletter is an excellent resource for educators looking to engage all students and to implement technology into instruction. K-12 Technology showcases trusted digital and mobile learning experiences, funding, professional growth, social media, STEM resources, and OERs to help successfully integrate technology in today’s classrooms and schools. For more information,…

Using The Fibonacci Sequence To Help Children Understand Evolution and The World Around Them

On October 15, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, With No Comments

Omaha Stem Ecosystem is excited to share with everyone a free educational resource from @Scifri that we helped make a reality! The resource focuses on the evolution and the Fibonacci sequence by measuring x-rays of different organisms. Check out how our organisms are helping educate kids everywhere! Check out x-rays…

STEM Education Has a Math Anxiety Problem (Education Week)

On August 10, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, By , With No Comments

Focusing early education efforts solely on STEM integration does students a disservice By: Gina Picha In 2012, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology released a report calling for a national effort to produce 1 million more STEM graduates. Science, technology, engineering, and math educators have responded with…

It’s a Breeze to Teach Wind Energy with these STEM Resources (DOE)

On August 9, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, By , With No Comments

Want to be in the second fastest-growing job field in America? Then you’re going to be a wind turbine technician! Just last year, an additional 107,000 workers landed jobs at wind energy firms in the U.S., according to the U.S. Energy and Employment Report. In celebration of American Wind Week, here’s a look at…

How This Female Fortune 100 Executive Is Helping Women Advance In STEM Fields (Forbes)

On August 8, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, By , With No Comments

By Elana Lyn Gross, Forbes Contributor At a time when women continue to be underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), it is heartening to see women who rise to leadership positions and actively encourage and empower other women to advance. Nicola Palmer, the chief network engineering officer…

Urban Forestry In the Schoolyard: Trees and Student Performance

On August 7, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, By , With No Comments

Photo: PLOS Ecology Community By: Jeff Atkins Research into how nature impacts our well-being has shown that being outside makes us feel better. Images of nature alone have been shown to lift people’s mood. But is there any connection with how the natural environment affects students’ grades? Researchers Sivajanani Sivarajar, Sandy Smith,…

Math Matters: The Importance of Mathematics in Elementary School (BU)

On August 5, 2018, Posted by , In Resources, By , With No Comments

Photo: Boston University By Sam Richard, SED’19 As an elementary school teacher, I will soon be expected to teach a variety of school subjects from language arts and history to math and science. While my major is Elementary Education, I have always enjoyed math, and I am pursuing a minor…