When students can learn by doing, it serves not only their futures, but also their community. Hands–on learning is a fun and accessible way to engage students in skill– and knowledge-building that will contribute to a future workforce of talented and self-motivated problem solvers. Every student has the capacity to do great things in life, and the world has its share of problems that need solving – the trick is getting young
As districts around the country begin to consider the specifics of back-to-school, it’s a great time to explore grab-and-go hands-on STEM projects that can be easily assigned to students whether they are in the classroom or learning virtually. Science Fair Central, developed in partnership with The Home Depot, features an entire portfolio of STEM projects to help students learn
Identifying opportunities for hands-on experiences as part of a virtual learning curriculum can be challenging. Students and parents need grab-and-go options that clearly identify the processes and materials, so that they can successfully implement meaningful projects. Science Fair Central offers a wide variety of family activities and project starters that can be accessed from any digital device or downloaded as part
Ignite at-home learning and foster quality family interactions this summer with family resources from Discovery Education and our corporate and community partners! HEALTH & WELLNESS Healthy habits are essential for students to maintain balance, even during the summer. Fortunately, families can learn to make healthier decisions together with a variety of interactive eTools that can be applied to improving
Promoting 21st century skills with no-cost Discovery Education eLearning resources. Students hear about the importance of Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Mathematics all the time, but rarely are they given the opportunity to find out for themselves. Luckily, the power of STEM/STEAM exploration is now just a few clicks away for students in grades K-12, thanks to a wide variety of no-cost virtual learning resources available from Discovery Education.