STEMIE Center posted a blog post
STEAM is a vehicle for children's social emotion development. Read the blog post and learn how to suppor children's problem solving skills within STEAM learning activities.



Dr. Yvette Mere-Cook works as a Child Development Demonstration Lecturer…
Oct 24
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Read the blog post and learn how to use project approach to support inclusive early STEM learning! 

By Sallee Beneke
Project work is an approach to learning that can support inclusion of diverse learners. A project is an in-depth investigation of a…
Sep 25
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
“When I walk into a room, I’m Black. When I walk into a room, I’m a woman. When I walk into a room, I’m a Black woman. Different people process these things differently. Historically Black people have been perceived as less intelligent, and even…
Jun 24
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Read the blog post written by Dr. Hsiu-Wen Yang, and learn how to infuse family culture in STEM learning opportunities.



By Hsiu-Wen Yang, PhD. 
Technical Assistance Specialist at STEM Innovation for Inclusion in Early Education Center (STEMIE)
I…
May 23
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Have you heard of storybook walk? Read the article and find out!



By Katherine Mansfield

About the author: 
Katherine Mansfield is a second-year speech-language pathology student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has been a…
Apr 7
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
"As his mother and educator, it is essential to build his literacy experiences through books that represent people and characters that look like him." - Marye Vance. 


 

By Marye Vance

About the author:
Marye Vance is an early childhood…
Feb 25
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Storybook can be a powerful tool in building children's identify. Read the blog post and learn more!



By Chih-Ing Lim, PhD. 
Co-director of the STEM Innovation for Inclusion in Early Education Center (STEMIE)

By Hsiu-Wen Yang, PhD. 
Technical…
Feb 9
brian woodward commented on STEMIE Center's blog post Supporting Young Children’s Science Learning at Home
"We create a visual chore schedule and break it up into 1/3 for all 3 of us. We discuss how the schedule is equitable for all of us."
Jan 26
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Read the blog post written by Dr. Jessica Amsbary, and learn how to use blocks to foster future coding skills. 



Dr. Jessica Amsbary

About the authors:
Jessica Amsbary, PhD is a Technical Assistance Specialist at FPG Child Development Institute…
Jan 18
Carol von Brandt commented on STEMIE Center's blog post Supporting Young Children’s Science Learning at Home
"We talk about fractions and measurment at meals"
Jan 15
STEMIE Center posted blog posts
Dec 13, 2021
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Read the blog post written by Dr. Elica Sharifnia, and learn how to embed science learning opportunities at home



By Elica Sharifnia, PhD. 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Marsico Institute for Early Learning at the University of Denver

About…
Dec 3, 2021
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Read the blog post written by Dr. Hsiu-Wen Yang and Dr. Michaelene M. Ostrosky, and learn how to embed STEM learning opportunities during motor play.  



By Hsiu-Wen Yang, PhD. 
Technical Assistance Specialist at STEM Innovation for Inclusion in…
Nov 9, 2021
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Los niños pueden desarrollar las bases para el aprendizaje de CTIM (ciencia, tecnología, ingeniería, matemáticas) desde la infancia. Sin embargo, a los niños con retrasos en el desarrollo y discapacidades se les niegan especialmente las…
Nov 6, 2021
STEMIE Center posted blog posts
Nov 6, 2021
STEMIE Center posted a blog post
Bienvenidos a nuestra segunda semana de nuestra serie Rompiendo Mitos.
La semana pasada desmentimos el mito de que CTIM  es sólo para estudiantes mayores o niños dotados, y es demasiado difícil para los niños pequeños o niños con discapacidades…
Oct 20, 2021
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