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How to encourage STEM learning at home

You don’t need to be an expert, or spend a lot of money, to support your child’s education

Looking back, looking ahead at STEM education

STEM education in NH schools has come a long way in 5 years


While it may be unclear which acronym you should use, what is clear is the link between art and science

Next generation education in the Granite State

What’s the big deal about STEM and how is it changing NH schools?

Moving away from the traditional classroom

STEM and STEAM keep middle and high-schoolers engaged in the classroom

It’s never too early to start STEM education

Hands-on, project-based learning introduces younger children to math and science concepts

NH is moving full STEAM ahead

Out-of-school programs that have adopted the STEAM curriculum complement the classroom experience

Engineering a win for NH students

Project Lead the Way is giving a boost to STEM education in the Granite State

Is your child ready for a cell phone?

When your child should get a phone and how to set age-appropriate guidelines

Local libraries: more than just a place to read

NH libraries are community centers that provide instruction and programs for all ages

Teens and tech at home

Tips for managing screen time and usage

Hidden advertising messages and your children

How to escape the never-ending stream of advertising directed toward your kids

What apps are your kids using?

The pros and cons of Vine, Snapchat, among others

Peer pressure: It’s changed since you were in school

Technology and a fast-paced culture have radically altered what your children are dealing with

Teaching your kids to manage the clock

In this fast-paced world dictated by social media, time management is a challenge
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