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5 Ways STEM Inspires Students to Change the World

5 Ways STEM Inspires Students to Change the World

Many of the problems we face in our world today will not be solved by today’s adults, but by the students in our classrooms. Whether it is inventing a better way to distribute clean water, repopulate endangered species, or traveling and colonizing Mars; our students will be the ones leading the way. We don’t have

America’s Top Young Scientist Might Be One of Your Students!

The Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge is calling all students in grades 5-8 for another year of groundbreaking science exploration. This exciting competition encourages students to apply critical problem solving skills in resolving a real-world problem, and creatively communicating their idea through a video submission. How can my students enter? To enter the competition,

DEN STARs: Get Science Techbook™ Courtesy of 3M

Dear STAR Discovery Educator, Thank you for your active participation in the Discovery Educator Network.  Discovery Education and 3M are excited to offer the Discovery Education Science Techbook™ to 300 DEN STARs for the rest of the 2014-2015 school year (ending June 30, 2015). You can sign-up and access this promotion by logging into Discovery Education and

Congratulations to Sahil Doshi – America’s 2014 Top Young Scientist

Congratulations to Sahil Doshi – America’s 2014 Top Young Scientist  The 2014 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge is in the books and the results are in – Sahil Doshi of Pittsburgh, PA, is America’s 2014 Top Young Scientist! This week, Sahil and 9 other incredible finalists came together in St. Paul, MN, to present their

3M Young Scientist Challenge Finals

What do you get when you combine 10 of the best middle school scientists in the country, Discovery Education, and 3M?  You get the final event of the 2012 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.  On Tuesday, October 16, the finalists from the challenge will make their case to be named “American’s Top Young Scientist.”

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