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Playing Monopoly with a 5-year-old taught me a lot about STEM education

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Playing Monopoly with a 5-year-old taught me a lot about STEM education
A day of babysitting turns into a valuable lesson about changing student's perceptions about math in elementary STEM education.

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Kindergartners in Southeast D.C. Trade in Saturday Morning Cartoons for Science and Engineering

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On Saturday, October 24, 2015, kindergartners at Cedar Tree Academy will not be watching Saturday morning cartoons. Instead, they will be excavating dinosaur fossils, designing and building cities and experimenting with the phenomena of force using simple machines.

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Rockstars Are Required for STEM

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Well, maybe not rockstars per se, but a rockstar "attitude" is certainly required to get the next generation engaged in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

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4 things I learned from 4 year olds

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We went to NYC to engage and inspire 80 kids and their parents with hands-on STEM learning. When it was all said and done, we ended up learning a thing or two.  

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