Your public library has so many resources available to support STEM education. In addition to books, magazines and reference materials in the library, many now offer online resources including e-books, e-magazines and research databases. The Charleston County Public Library now offers free STEM ebooks from Sylvan Dell (for students K5 primarily) and a science database,
Charleston Southern University elementary education students are making math fun and interesting for students in the Lowcountry. CSU students facilitate engaging, hands-on math activities for the children to explore concepts such as the meaning of area, measuring with non-standard and standard units, patterns, the characteristics of 2-D shapes and 3-D figures, and the meaning of
This post is from the S2TEM Centers SC blog, July 2013 and is written by Dorothy Earle and Susie Teague, Education Specialists for S²TEM Centers SC. Looking for free tools to guide your thinking and actions for STEM implementation in your school? Everything you need for your STEM journey can be found at S²TEM Centers SC.