Did you know that South Carolina STEM Education Month begins on March 14?

South Carolina's Coalition for Mathematics and Science produces STEM Education Month to celebrate, explore, and discover why STEM is vital to the future of South Carolina. Consider using Learning Blade lessons to guide your students through STEM exploration and discovery.

Win a FREE 3D Printer!

Learning Blade is partnering with SC STEM Education Month to give away a FREE 3D printer to the school that completes the most STEM/CS career lessons in Learning Blade between

March 14- April 7, 2023.

Join this Statewide Webinar on March 14

Need help getting students started with Learning Blade STEM lessons? Join a brief, 30-minute webinar on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at 4:00 pm EST for suggestions on how to implement these lessons and activities in your classes.

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

4:00 pm EST

Click Here to Register for the Webinar

Amy Baldwin, the 2022-23 National Learning Blade Educator of the Year and the 2021-22 SC STEM Teacher of the Year, will join this session!

Unable to attend this date? Click here to schedule training at a time that works for you!

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Online STEM/CS/CTE student lessons & teacher lesson plans

aligned to South Carolina standards for grades 5-9

Click Here for Your FREE Learning Blade Account

Professional Development for "Introduction to Coding" is accredited by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) for quality PD.

Learning Blade is now a certified trusted resource by 1EdTech.

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Learning Blade® is a system of interactive online lessons, teacher lesson plans, and printable at-home activities for 5th to 9th graders, where students learn about high-demand STEM, CTE and Computer Science careers while reviewing academics. Students can use over 400 online lessons in human-centered "Missions" or stories to explore exciting careers aligned to state standards. Teachers also have access to dozens of lesson plans that support innovative project-based learning and classroom activities using common materials. Now includes a 20-hour "Introduction to Coding" course designed for middle school students.

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