Help your students identify a problem in their community and create a solution, using STEM. All public 6–12 schools are eligible to use Samsung Solve for Tomorrow, in class or online. Professional development is open for educators now through December on Samsung.com/solve.
As schools continue working to better engage girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, a number of STEM-focused foundations have partnered to form the Million Girls Moonshot initiative to hook one million more girls on these subject areas over the next five years.
On September 27, 2020, the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Society ofHispanic Professional Engineers and the Exploratorium hosted Día de la Ingeniería/Latinx Engineering Day 2020, a freebilingual (Spanish/English) program for audiences of all ages, from creative children who love to make things to teens and young adults interested in engineering careers to professionals curious about their colleagues’ projects.
The Making for Good Challenge builds on a Stanley Black & Decker and Discovery Education program—Innovation Generation—igniting, engaging, and empowering students in grades 9–12 to become makers, using no-cost dynamic digital resources.
Help your students identify a problem in their community and use STEM to create a solution. ALL public 6–12 schools are eligible, in class or online. Professional development is open for educators now through December on Samsung.com/solve