Learn about noted scientist Maria Sibylla Merian and explore the connections between her work and several books discussed at this year’s National Book Festival.
Learn more about the Question Formulation Technique (QFT), a strategy through which individuals develop their ability to ask, work with, and use their own questions and consider how to employ it in a classroom situation.
Explore some of the collections that support STEM activities with Michelle Krowl of the Library of Congress Manuscript Division.
Amara Alexander, the 2019-20 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, explores the moon through a variety of unique images.
Explore primary sources related to ice cream across time with Amara Alexander, the 2019-20 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the Library of Congress.
Amara L. Alexander, 2019-20 Library of Congress Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator invites students to learn more about the science of bubbles and an important part of United States history using an image from a Japanese internment camp.
See how primary sources can help students learn about public health challenges throughout history and provide insights into how such challenges are identified and addressed.
This post was written by Amara Alexander, the 2019-20 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the Library of Congress.
The engineering design process consists of several steps that help problem solvers navigate their way through a problem. These steps can be completed by engineering teams or by families at home
This post is written by Amara Alexander, the 2019-20 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the Library of Congress.
Use information on the space shuttle to explore aeronautics and the science of space flight.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, introduce students to some of the history of recycling and encourage them to apply design thinking to materials available in most homes.