Everyone was on the edge of their seats on Friday, August 7, 2020, when five teams of local high school students competed for the top three places and cash prizes in Prairie STEM’s High School Fortnite Esports Tournament. Games went into overtime they were so close. These students used and developed many soft skills during […]
It was a very exciting evening when four teams of local middle school students competed for the top three places and cash prizes in Prairie STEM’s Middle School Fortnite Esports Tournament on Thursday, August 6th, 2020. These students used and developed many soft skills during this event, such as leadership, teamwork, communication, strategizing, work ethic, […]
The Nebraska Ebooks are available as PDFs or as Media Rich Apple box files with interviews, audio, music, slide shows, pictures, movies, animations, and more!In order to fully enjoy all the content a Macintosh or iOS device or helpful! The collection is broken into content created by teachers, content created by students, and content created […]
During the 2020/2021 school year, Saint Cecilia Catholic School students learned about drones, STEMBots, iPads, and Virtual Reality while learning Math, writing, geography skills.
Working in collaboration with Facebook, Kiewit and Sherwood Foundations, community organizations (UNO, UNL, Collective for Youth, Girl Scouts, STEM Ecosystem, 75 North, Scott Scholars) and school districts (Westside and Papillion/LaVista) to bring STEM education/careers to students, specifically girls ages 8-14. The Girls in STEAM event is a 10-week program (1 event/week) where we engage, enrich […]
The awesome teachers at Prairie Stem worked with my primary and intermediate students on fun, engaging musical lessons. I especially loved how programming music into the robots encouraged all of my learners to really look at the notes and rhythms.
Building on the priority to support science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM education set by the Obama Administration that is reflected in several of the Administration’s initiatives, the U.S. Department of Education (the Department) is releasing a report outlining a vision to carry on that legacy in the coming decade.
There is a national consensus that today’s students need more opportunities to build skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) across the PreK-12 grade span.