How Homeschoolers Can Integrate Technology to Advance Citizen Science

When homeschool families engage in citizen science with tools of technology, children get firsthand experience with the scientific method.

Inspiring Children to Respond to Science Through Art

Distinguishing between what is science and what is art is not easy, and instead we should simply hope that either is inspiring to our children.

Using a Circuit Pen to Teach Students About Electricity

Want to get your students excited about circuits? What if they could complete a circuit by drawing their name? New circuit pens help to make electronics fun in the classroom.

The Maker Movement: Arts and Crafts for Modern Classrooms

Glitter glue and Popsicle sticks? Not anymore! These days arts and crafts time has a more technological feel.

3 National Robotics Competitions for Your Local Robotics Club

Could a Robotics Club be the answer to your STEM problem? Today we discuss three of the most popular robotics competitions.

How Homeschoolers Can Earn AP Credit for Computer Science

In this article, we describe how homeschoolers can sign up for and take any AP exam. We also discuss some particulars about the AP Computer Science A exam.

Why CompuScholar Courses Moved from Print to Online, Digital Format

What are the pros and cons of an online course? What trends are present at state and local levels regarding online education?

Why Computer Programming is Still a Great Career Choice

You may have heard that all computer programming jobs have been outsourced overseas. That myth couldn't be further from the truth. If your student is considering career options, computer science and software engineering has great opportunities in your state.