Space Weather Underground: A Magnetometer Array with Educational Opportunities

The complex processes of Earth’s ionosphere may occur far above the planet’s surface, but when monitored from numerous locations at sufficient distances, they can be measured using inexpensive equipment on the ground. Dr. Charles Smith at the University of New Hampshire has assembled an extensive team to do just that, with participants ranging from space …

Helping Children Thrive With Fun Science Activities

The Coronavirus has bound us to our homes. It has been over a year since the beginning of lockdowns, social distancing, and homeschooling. It is essential for parents to keep their kids learning and involve them in projects that will help them learn in a fun way. It is not surprising that children are not …

How to Prepare Students for the Future of Work

The future of work worries everybody, but especially young students who are afraid of uncertainty. Most schools don’t teach students how to prepare for the future of work, and this is something that students require to have a successful career. According to Entrepreneur, most American schools don’t provide their students with entrepreneurial skills.

7 Ways New Technologies are Preparing Our Youth for the Future

New and developing technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and virtual and augmented reality (among others) are really cool. We love to see how robots can differentiate between objects, artificial intelligence can assist psychologists, and virtual reality can allow us to enter new worlds. But how can today’s youth reap the benefits of these amazing technologies …

The Artform of Teaching Science in the 21st Century

As a new or perhaps even veteran teacher, it can be tricky finding the right resources to rely on when it comes to certain subjects – particularly, science. As educators, our main goal is to not only teach students new and stimulating things about the world but to better prepare them for the rest of their …

Carie Lemack: A Dreamer-and a Doer-on Behalf of the New Space Age

Making room for space requires preparing students for the challenges of outer space. It requires outfitting classrooms with the resources necessary for a new space age. It requires honoring teachers with a curriculum that respects the talents of all students, whose dreams of exploring space are attainable, whose hopes of sending experiments into space are …

A Quick Peek Into the Future: 10 Ways Technology Will Transform Our Lives by 2050

All of us remember the iconic opening scene from Wall-E, where the lone robot goes about his daily routine, clearing up rubble. Amid the debris-filled surface of the planet, we see glimpses of how things used to be, before a gross violation of the ecosystem and rampant consumption of energy resources made our planet inhabitable. …

Why students should learn lessons in nurturing nature?

Education is something which everyone wants to obtain. Everyone needs a perfect and complete education. Children’s always like to spend their time outside instead of being in one room. When we place children outside they start to explore themselves and they love to be within nature. When they are in nature they will be able …