Posted by Kari on July 14, 2015

Free website design curriculum for high schools.

Too often, teachers continue to teach technology that is obsolete because they are comfortable with the material and are afraid...

Posted by Kari on July 14, 2015

Science teacher, Sara Peloquin, plays a critical part in providing the technology rich environment by teaching many of the STEM courses at Spectrum High School in Elk River, MN.  Sara teaches Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Environmental Science and Robotics.  This last year, Spectrum High School purchased the STEM Fuse GAME:IT ...

Posted by Dylan on June 30, 2015

Homeschooling is a growing trend in the United States, and now STEM Fuse is making it easier for homeschooled students to keep up with new age teaching methods and courses. STEM Fuse is offering all Homeschools a discounted price on the majority of their fully-stocked courses, but only for a limited time.

Surprisingly, there are many students that are educated in a home school environment. Dr. Brian D. Ray reports, “There are about 2.2...

Posted by Dylan on June 25, 2015

Mad Science or Medicine? 

Metaphorically, technology and medicine are holding hands making enormous strides of success together. Consider that not long ago in the grand scheme of things, the ultrasound machine was non-existent. That meant that no parent could find out the gender of their child or children for that matter. No doctor could visualize any prenatal defect or prepare for said defect(s). Nowadays any motivated mother or parent could simply purchase an in-home portable...

Posted by Kari on June 15, 2015

Kevin Dick is a Tech Ed teacher from Mankato West High School and has been named our June Teacher of the Month. 

STEM in the classroom:  
West High School offers a Game Design course to students as a means to explore the design process and integrate STEM disciplines along the way.  Once students grasp how important and...

Posted by Dylan on June 09, 2015

Imagine if a single teacher could teach several students from many districts in multiple states in varying countries all around the world. One teacher could reach thousands of students. It may not surprise to learn that this is the goal of several organizations around the globe. This starts with the use of a simple, free software called Skype. Of course, there are other software programs and apps that have a similar function but for popularity sake, we’ll use Skype. The idea is using...

Posted by Dylan on June 09, 2015

Our technological society has morphed the importance of the newspaper into the power of blogs; I am here to fuel that power. My name is Dylan Winthers, and I am the newest edition to the STEM Fuse family, which has provided me the opportunity to take command of the STEM Fuse blog. There’s a new sheriff in these parts, and there’s going to be some changes ‘round here.

First, the sporadic postings are done; order has arrived. I plan to publish AT LEAST one post every other week....

Posted by Summer on November 24, 2014

Believe it or not, that time of year is upon us again.  In just a few short days many of us will be enjoying an overabundance of food (and maybe drink) all while keeping one eye on the...

Posted by Summer on October 30, 2014

We have a special treat for you this week as we get ready to enjoy Halloween…a blog just for kids!! (If you are an adult please keep reading as kids are going to need your help with some of the stuff mentioned below)

Even though the people that work at STEM Fuse are all adults, we certainly don’t always act like it. Today, we’re giving you a list of fun and exciting science experiments that you can do at home. It’s important that you talk to your parents before doing any of the...

It’s Digital Citizenship Week across the country which is a great time to remind students what it means to be a responsible digital citizen. As one teacher noted “I always like to remind my students that first impressions used to start with handshakes, but now they begin with a Google search.” In fact, the majority of employers will Google an applicant’s...

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