Iowa State University of Science and Technology produces a host of educational outreach opportunities. Some take place on campus, other in locations across the state, still others are available wherever you are, just contact the program to sign up. Read more about ISU STEM Learning Resources
The Monarchs on the Move Challenge is a part of the 4-H Ag Innovators Experience (4-H AIE), an annual program that challenges young people to apply critical thinking and STEM skills to a real-world agriculture challenge. Developed by National 4-H Council and Monsanto, the program helps develop critical workforce skills in young people, and demonstrates how agriculture can be fun! This year's activity is the Monarchs on the Move Challenge, created by Iowa State University. More than 5,000 youth across five states will be challenged to learn about monarch butterflies, pollination, and the need to work together to be good stewards of the land. Read more about Monarchs on the Move
STEM-Lit to Go! Iowa was highlighted in the January 2019 Connection Newsletter. Read more about STEM-Lit to Go! Iowa Newsletter Story
STEM-Lit to Go! is an innovative program that supports the development of STEM and literacy skills for K-3 youth. This program utilizes a unique instructional framework that integrates inquiry-based STEM activities and carefully selected children’s literature. Read more about STEM-Lit to Go!
While the science behind basic ingredients is taught in Cooking Up Science: Clover Cookie Factory, our main goal is to teach the scientific method, with particular focus on developing a hypothesis, testing, and getting a result. Read more about Clover Cookie Factory
If you live in the world today, then you want to explore Science in our Everyday Lives. Science is a way for us to look at and try to understand the world around us. Being scientific involves being curious, observing, asking questions how things happen and learning about how to find answers. There’s science behind what we eat, how we clean, what we do, and how we live. Discover the science, do your own research, and form your own conclusions. Read more about Science Technology Engineering and Math