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Project Based Learning

Science experiments are a great way to get students excited about science, but as the weather gets colder it can be a little difficult to conduct experiments. Unless you’re working in a lab, you may be limited on space and resources, which makes indoor experiments...

Summer is in full swing and you’re looking for ways to keep your kids active and learning. The best way to do that is by taking full advantage of project based learning activities. These activities are hands-on and give kids practical knowledge that will be...

Getting students excited about learning can be difficult, especially during the first few months of school. Students are still thinking about their summer vacation and starting to countdown the days to the next break. The good news is, there are plenty of great ways to...

As educators, we often forget about the perspective of the student. It’s easy to get wrapped up in State Standards, test scores, and lesson planning. But, what happens when we stop and take a look at the real impact of project-based learning on a student?...

As an educator, you know how difficult it can be to get students excited about learning. Students aren’t always interested in subjects like math and science, but it’s important for them to understand the basics, even if they have more interest in other subjects like art or technology. With project-based learning, you can get students involved and active in their learning through hands-on activities and initiatives. Project-based lessons get your students excited and involved while also helping them learn about all of the STEAM core subjects.  
So, you think you’re an artist? You may not know it, but you’re probably also a scientist, mathematician, or engineer, too. Often times, these fields overlap in ways you don’t even realize. As an artist, you probably use math when you’re sketching out your next piece of art. Or science to study the way something is made so you can draw it. Project based learning can help you connect art to other subjects in new and exciting ways.

Tracking a weather balloon is tough even with the technology we have available to us today… but StratoStar has been working over the last 10 years to make it easier and more engaging for students, parents and the entire community. Our goal was to help...

Twas the week before Christmas and at StratoStar We were searching for Santa, we looked near and far... But we had a strange feeling St. Nick might not show. When up in the sky there arose such a clatter That sound sounded bad... but what was the matter?

When faced with the challenge of overhauling your new classroom structure and working with a new lesson model, it’s easy to list off the many reasons to continue teaching as you’re used to. If you’re one of these teachers, then this post is for you....