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Snap Blog Hero
Nov 11, 2021
Robotics and circuitry are incredibly valuable fields of study at every grade level to prepare students for futures in STEM, engineering, and computer science. We've focused on providing students with

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STEM Fuse Team

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Trades
Sep 30, 2021
Skilled Trades are STEM Careers What are STEM jobs? STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. A STEM job is any occupation related to one or more of those areas. That means

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STEM Fuse Team

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Aug 27, 2021
The Fibonacci Sequence in math and nature. Such a beautiful and interesting concept—nature inspired balance. Many sources claim it was first discovered or "invented" by Leonardo Fibonacci. The Italian

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STEM Fuse Team

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Aug 13, 2021
How to Start a High School Esports Team 5 minute read Over a decade ago, the idea of having an organized student club to play competitive video games, would have been preposterous. However, the ideal

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Lissa Mangini

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Teach Hero
Aug 05, 2021
Creating a Community Inside the Classroom~ How can we create classrooms where all students thrive and become lifelong learners? In my teaching experience, I have found both professional development

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Chelsea Schreiber

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Train Your Brain
Jul 26, 2021
BRAIN TRAINING - Is the brain a muscle? No matter what you're doing, your brain is almost always getting a workout! School work, housework, career work, driving in traffic, watching TV, running

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STEM Fuse Team

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Jul 08, 2021
The biggest food trends of 2021 Do you know what foodscaping is? Foodscaping is the practice of integrating edible plants into ornamental landscapes or replacing the ornamental landscapes altogether

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STEM Fuse Team

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Learning Styles Hero
Jun 30, 2021
Albert Einstein said, “Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” As teachers grow in perfecting their

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Stephanie Spaan