STEM in 30, an interactive classroom program consisting of 30-minute live STEM webcasts that engage middle school students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) topics.
During the live webcasts, students can chat with experts, submit their questions to be answered live, take a poll, discover related content, and participate in follow-up activities. Educators are provided with additional content and follow-up activities to extend the experience beyond the live webcast.
STEM in 30 brings in Museum curators, astronauts, and experts in the field to connect classrooms with real-world, relevant content. Webcasts combine animations, interviews with experts, and unique locations to show students that SCIENCE EXTENDS BEYOND THE WALLS OF THEIR SCHOOL!
Teachers can also access the archived episodes.
The episode below shows the benefits and challenges of living and working in space: