Our students have come a long way from memorizing facts and answering questions by filling in bubbles to show learning over the past few decades. In fact, in today’s classroom, learning from the process is just as, if not more important, than the outcome. So, when I started to think
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STEM learning isn’t just for science, math, and tech classes! And, it isn’t just about coding or using complex software or robotics. Integrating STEM into the classroom can include anything from seasonal STEM activities to read-alouds. And, these STEM activities will help you seamlessly tap into the power of STEM
With so many cool gadgets and technology available to teachers right now it can feel overwhelming. One of my main goals in starting the Miss Tech Queen blog was to help you navigate how to use these awesome resources in your classroom. One of my favorite (and sometimes less heard
Introducing kiddos as young as kindergarten to the concept of STEM can seem like a huge challenge for any teacher. But, with the right activities geared towards sparking curiosity, fostering critical thinking skills, and hands-on learning, you can easily incorporate kindergarten STEM into your lessons plans. I’m here to share
In today’s rapidly evolving world, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) have become critical components of education. As a new teacher, navigating the realm of STEM in the classroom might seem daunting, but fear not! I’m here to share all I’ve learned with you. By embracing STEM education, you can
Phew! You’ve made it through another wonderful, tiring, incredible, rewarding school year. Well… almost. The last few weeks are upon you. It’s time to celebrate all of the hard work your students have completed over the past 9 months. End of the year STEM awards are one of my favorite
One of my favorite things about kids of all ages is their incredible ability to use their imaginations and creativity. I mean, that’s the core of STEM learning, right? Sometimes students can feel frustrated and overwhelmed by challenges though. Because of this, it’s important to find ways to keep inspiring
Can you believe it’s already May? The end of the school year is upon us. Where did the time go? It feels like only yesterday we were welcoming our bright-eyed and bushy-tailed students into our classrooms. But now it’s the end of the year, and they aren’t quite as eager
Space and all things space-related have always fascinated me. Whether it was learning about the planets in our solar system, discovering how astronauts can live in outer space, or wondering about the possibility of another Earth-like planet millions of light years away, space is fascinating. So, when I have the
March is National Women’s Month, which means it’s time to celebrate all of the incredible women of the world who have made an impact on our lives. During the month of March, I like to get out some of my favorite books focusing on the women of STEM. It’s a
I love all things STEM and try to find ways to show off my love for STEM everywhere I go. That means you can find me in my favorite STEM shirts, with STEM stickers on my laptop and water bottles, sporting a STEM scrunchie, or even cuddling my favorite STEM