The Kentucky Academy of Science helps you understand the science behind buoyancy.
The Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) is hosting its annual conference virtually on Feb. 25- 26. This year’s theme is “Moving Forward: Inspiring Science Teaching and Learning.”
Applications are now open for middle school science teachers wishing to apply for a spot in the 2022 class of the National STEM Scholar Program, a unique professional development program providing advanced STEM training, national network building and “big idea” project support for the teachers of aspiring scientists nationwide.
Berea Community High School students planned and carried out an investigation that took place above their classroom. Actually, 107,000 feet above their classroom to be exact!
A science experiment designed in part by two students from Fayette County Public Schools will blast off for the International Space Station on Oct. 1.
The Science Through Course Task Bank for the 2017-18 school year is now available and can be accessed through SharePoint.
Jefferson County's Erin Bloomer describes how she created a STEM program from scratch and what kind of possibilities STEM opens up for her students.
Kentucky science teachers tried something new this year, and there is little doubt that the through-course task component of the new Science Assessment System can make a big difference in science education across the Commonwealth.
Six Kentucky educators have been selected as state finalists and are now eligible to receive a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) award, the nation’s highest honor for U.S. K–12 science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teachers.
Schools have been working on forming partnerships with industries for a long time now, but figuring out how to make those relationships highly effective may provide big benefits for students.