STEM Learning & Experiments by Because Learning
Making STEM fun for learners through real-world data. (And helping parents and educators, too!)
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If you’re like a lot of parents, you know your kid needs to learn coding to learn essential twenty-first century skills. A recent study showed over half of all top-paying jobs require coding. Another showed jobs requiring programming are growing 12% faster than the market average. It’s clear coding isn’t just good to know – […]
You know those baggie hand warmers you get at camping stores? With the latest lesson from Because Learning, “Hot Hands”, you and your kids can make those at home! Check out the video to one of our kids doing the experiment with our Sensor Kit: With just a few simple ingredients, your kids can create […]
As parents and educators, we know it’s important students learn key STEM skills. This infographic shows how Because Learning is helping to prepare the next generation of learners for the future.
How many rubber bands does it take to explode a pumpkin?
Have you read about the Because Learning Sensor Kit and want to know more? Here are 10 things every educator should know about whether it’s the right fit for your classrooms.
Is there a creative crisis for today’s students? Some people think so. And according to some startling research, creativity among students has been in rapid decline since the 1990s.
Recently, on a test speedway in Indiana, history was made. The Catalyst E2 Max electric bus went 1,102.2 miles on a single charge. The previous electric car record was set by a tiny, single-passenger electric vehicle traveling 28 miles per hour. You and I could actually fit in an electric bus. This means we’re one […]
We’re excited to announcing our new logo and brand, Because Learning! Since we launched our company in 2014, we’ve always been driven with the mission to get more students hands-on with STEM. We started off by providing an amazing experience to run an experiment on an orbiting satellite through our partner, Spire Global. It was […]
Remember those TI-83 calculators you had to use in high school math? It turns out they’re the perfect intro to coding in your classroom.
When my daughter was in the 2nd grade, she made a casual comment that shocked me. “I’m not good at math,” she said. “Why?” I immediately asked. “I don’t know,” she replied. “I just said that.”