On our latest podcast we are excited to talk to our new partner and inventor Alex Tyink giving us a deep dive into the many facets of our new Food Machine Lab Curriculum. Alex built his first aeroponic grow machine in a New York apartment as an idea to feed the poor. Now he is working with SmarterSTEM to help students learn science and nutrition using our new FoodMachineLab Curriculum. Listen below the fold: Continue reading
Thank you, teachers in San Jose, for inviting SmarterSTEM to take part in their inaugural Water Walk celebration. The event featured students forming a “bucket brigade” to carry water around, simulating how people in other parts of the world actually bring water to their families. Continue reading
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(New York Times) When the Kentucky governor, Matt Bevin, suggested last month that students majoring in French literature should not receive state funding for their college education, he joined a growing number of elected officials who want to nudge students away from the humanities and toward more job-friendly subjects like electrical engineering.
Frustrated by soaring tuition costs, crushing student loan debt and a lack of skilled workers, particularly in science and technology, more and more states have adopted the idea of rewarding public colleges and universities for churning out students educated in fields seen as important to the economy. READ MORE
On this episode Alex and Mike talk about the big expansion plans underway at the Electric Auto Shop adding more STEM pathways. See our latest curricula at EFCC 2016 in Sacramento, California, March 6-8, 2016.
Electric Auto Shop is now a part of SmarterSTEM, providing multiple pathways for STEM education. Today’s STEM classrooms use new technologies to inspire students and while we will continue bringing electric vehicles and alternative fuels to our students via Electric Auto Shop, we will bring new ideas like our 3D Curricula Pathway, which uses 3D printing and design to unlock a multitude of new projects for students, from electric vehicles, to drones, to medical prostheses. Continue reading