Posted by Dylan on July 07 2015

When society thinks about building a digital game, whether it’s an app game, 2-D platformer, or a full-fledged video game, some believe that a team of glasses-wearing coders are glued to a computer screen for 15 months. While some coders may wear glasses, there is so much more to creating a game than society may realize. It would take years to properly break down every aspect of game building in great detail so here are 5 central areas of game building, which some people may not have...

Posted by Dylan on July 07 2015

Computer Science is moving into the basic core subject areas of education in grades five through twelve. Common subject areas plus their respective sub-categories include: 

English
    Composition 
    Literary Understanding

Math
    Algebra
    Geometry 
    Trigonometry
    Calculus 

History
    American
    World
    Geography 

Physical Sciences
    Biology 
    Chemistry...

Posted by Kari on August 08 2015

 

Our GAME:IT curriculum has been a huge success with both teachers and students and is now taught in all 50 states and 7 foreign countries and in over 4,000 schools.  But does it really teach 21st Century skills that will help students prepare for the workplace?  The answer is YES!!!

GAME:IT is an introduction to computer programming through game design. The focus of this curriculum is to build a strong foundation in...

Posted by Kari on November 11 2013

Unless you’ve been living in a cave or under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard about the nationwide push for increased education in science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM.  But why? And why these four together? 

STEM education combines the competencies and skills of all four disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and math). Students now have the opportunity to use technology with ...

Posted by Kari on December 12 2015

Sales Support Specialist

Job Brief:
We are seeking an organized and detail oriented Sales Support Specialist to support our inside and outside K-12 edu sales team for our Maple Grove, MN office.

About the company:
STEM Fuse, LLC, is the fastest growing developer and provider of digital curriculum in the U.S.  Our courses are currently taught in almost 5,000 schools in all 50 U.S. States.  We value and...

Posted by Tyler on November 11 2013

According to the 2011 National Survey on STEM education, STEM educators reported a lack of funding and professional development for teachers as the two major barriers to the realization of 21st century classrooms. Due to the growing need for quality STEM training and material many education grant sources are placing STEM education as a top priority at all grade levels.

STEM education grants work to attract and retain students in STEM disciplines, strengthen the STEM...

Posted by Kari on March 03 2016

STEM Fuse will be hosting a hands-on demonstration on GAME:IT, our exciting computer programming course that incorporates all the facets of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math).   

About GAME:IT 
What better way to teach computer programming than by building video games?!?  In this course, students will learn about variables, loops, conditional statements, functions, arrays and more while building 4 different...

Posted by Deb on December 12 2013

E-Learning.  You have probably heard this term a lot.  In fact, by now most of us (or our children) have taken some online courses to supplement or earn a degree.  But, perhaps you don’t know what all it includes.  It’s not simply what most think of as just learning on the computer without a teacher (asynchronous learning –usually self-paced).  It is much more than that.  E-learning is described as the use of any electronic media and information and communication technologies used in...

Posted by Jessica on December 12 2013

Have you noticed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academies popping up all over the US in the last few years? Why are they becoming such a big deal? Here is the short answer…The US needs to make changes if we want our children to have jobs and our economy to thrive. Currently, there is a disconnect between the skills that many US employers need an employee to possess and the number of candidates that are actually qualified to fill that need. In fact, there are...

Posted by Shane on June 06 2014

As a curriculum development company, we don’t just choose to randomly create a course.  We identify what courses are missing in high schools and what careers are on the rise.  Then we find industry professionals and teachers to...

Posted by on October 10 2014

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...

Posted by Kari on July 07 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...