5 Magazines for Science Teachers
Jenn de la Vega / May 11, 2015
“My mission is to share my story and passion for S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) education with our future explorers—help inspire them to dream big, bold dreams and help get them the tools so they can make those dreams become a reality. They will then have opportunities available to them that will help positively change the world.”
An inspiring quote from our spotlight on Leland Melvin, educator and astronaut.
The boundaries of what science covers is up for debate but one unifying factor is its pursuit of knowledge, to test the unknown so it may be known. According to the National Science Teachers Association, exposure to science is important for elementary students so they can build problem-solving skills and participate in an increasingly technological world. Champions of the scientific method, rejoice!
Here are five magazine resources to encourage inquisitive young minds:
On top of magazines, here are more science bits to check out on Flipboard:
- We partnered with the California Academy of the Sciences to create this Earth Day exploration.
- Follow sources like BBC Future and Popular Science to supplement classroom research.
- Dive deep on science news with these topic pages: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Science Education, Women in Science, and much more!
If you’re a teacher and collect science materials for students in a magazine, we’d love to add it to our S.T.E.M. metazine. To be included, send us the link by tweeting @FlipboardMag with the hashtag #FlipEDU or email us at FlipEDU@Flipboard.com