• What is STEM
  • Why Coding, Reading, and Writing Skills are Synonymous (30 Minutes)
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  • The Small Basic Environment (30 Minutes)
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  • Let’s Code! (1 Hour)
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  • Ok, let’s break it down. (30 Minutes)
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  • More code! More code! (1 Hour)
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  • Let’s collect some data. (30 Minutes)
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  • Breaking Down Variables (30 Minutes)
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  • Let’s explore numbers. (1 Hour)
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  • Now, let’s get logical. (1 Hour)
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  • Let’s jump around. (1 Hour)
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  • Turtle Graphics (1 Hour)
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  • Drawing Lines (1 Hour)
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  • How to Convert Learning Objectives Into a Coding Activity (1 Hour 30 Minutes)
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  • Bonus Lesson 1: (1 Hour)
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  • Bonus Lesson 2: (1 Hour)
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  • Lashonda Melon's Story (5 Minutes)
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What is STEM? (15 Minutes)

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are at center stage in the education reform movement. To meet the unique learning needs of all students regardless of ability level, it is imperative that teachers differentiate their instruction.  With this approach, students get to learn in a way that makes information retention easier and it provides teachers with a higher level of flexibility.

OK, so what is STEM? In the video clip below, I will break it all down. Enjoy!

Now let’s see it in action. The video below was created during a high school coding academy held on Saturdays. Watch the video below. Can you spot the use of the scientific method, technology, the engineering process, and mathematics?