Scientists at the University of California have found that brain activity increases when we are curious. Curiosity creates more meaningful learning experiences for your students. Which as teachers you probably already knew.
This article has suggested 4 great resources that could help STEM teachers engage their students more easily.
- Lifeliqe – allows students to explore interactive 3D models from a variety of topics.
- PocketLab – wireless sensors pair with devices to collect real data from acceleration to pressure and temperature.
- SAM Edu – pupils can design, engineer and get creative with SAM blocks that can be programmed with drag-and-drop commands for sound, colour, behaviour, etc.
- Expeditions – bringing virtual reality field trips into the classroom.
To read more about these great resources, see the full article.