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Volunteers: Sharing What They Know Best
Ever wonder where all the fun and interesting STEM activities on the SEED Web site come from? Our biggest source for activities is our own volunteers. In fact, PlanetSEED has a new activity about underground mapping, which was written by our volunteers.
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STEM Experts on the Go
Ask the Experts, which puts hundreds of Schlumberger science experts at your fingertips, is now a free mobile app, available on the Apple and Android systems for phones and tablets.
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Challenging Students with Science Fairs
The list of STEM workshops, competitions, fairs, and challenges may seem exhausting, but SEED teachers and students have participated in all of them with much success, and the list keeps growing.
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Student Projects Focus on Nigeria’s Environment
One of the largest-ever STEM workshops for SEED took place in March 2014 in Nigeria. There were 68 students and 66 teachers representing 33 schools, most new to SEED. The workshop themes were energy and the environment.
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Viscosity in Venezuela
What happens when a classroom of 3rd graders mix beakers of water and cooking oil? According to special education teacher Alix Contreras of U.E. Colegio Bolivariana Don Samuel in Barinas, Venezuela, you get students who are excitedly learning about viscosity and the density of different liquids.
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Dig Deeper with SEED Earth Sciences
Now we have gathered all the Earth science articles and activities together to create a new theme: Earth sciences. Teachers, students, and volunteers can easily find information and resources about the Earth sciences in one place.
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A Journey with SEED
The transition from year to year is traditionally a time of reflection, and for me the past 20 years have been noteworthy.
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Teaching Systems Thinking
Seeing the entire ecosystem means seeing it from a systems perspective. Our book Connected Wisdom, by Linda Booth Sweeney, teaches systems thinking through 12 world folktales.