Friday, August 17, 2018


Educators are tasked with preparing young students for a high technology society that is dependent on advanced education in STEM. Too often they must accomplish this working with reduced budgets, limited time, increasing class sizes, changing standards and minimal technical support. At CF STEM we recognize that that the success of STEM education cannot only depend on teachers, but must be supported by industry and government in partnership with education. To this end, our Educators Portal will evolve over time to provide an array of information and resources that STEM educators can use in and outside of the classroom.

"MODELING & SIMULATION TEACHER WORKSHOP" - This is a 3-day Modeling & Simulation teacher training course in Orlando on June 6-8, 2017  - click here for more information

CALL TO ACTION:  Incorporating active STEM learning strategies into K012 and Higher Education - click here to read more

Framing the STEM Discussion:  A study of Project Based Learning, Real-World Manufacturing, and Industrial Partnerships - click here to read the study

Northrop Grumman provides resources to educators that will supplement classroom materials and provide unique professional development opportunities - click here for more information
Links to Opportunities for Training and Development:
(please click on the training and development opportunity for more information)
Educator Feature
Have a blast learning about electricity at the Orange County Public Library through a snap circuit workshop. The workshop, designed for kids and adults alike, teaches electrical basics through easy-to-use circuitry.
[stem]  noun   1. Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, is the key to our future careers. STEM encompasses almost everything in our daily lives. How we eat, communicate; solve problems, where we live, virtually all of the things we are exposed to, have been developed with a foundation of STEM knowledge. Think of the games we play after school: WII, Hlo, XBOX, how were these created? Will you be the creator of the Next Big Thing?
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