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In this video, you'll meet Alex, a fifth-grader, who found math challenging when he was younger. He is now acing Math classes with a little help from a calculator and lots of encouragement and support from people who believe in what he can do.
Publication Date: October 2019
This microlesson provides a quick overview of research-based learning trajectories and each of the components. 
Publication Date: May, 2020
A curated list of award-winning books that embrace everyday STEM ideas accurately and have lots of engaging illustrations and photos to talk about with young children. 
Publication Date: May 2020
STEMIE’s flash presentation and resources on STEM at home for young children with disabilities at Students with additional needs in remote learning – An “Unconference”, May 20, 2020.
Publication Date: May 2020
This is a recording and PowerPoint slides of STEMIE's introductory webinar on May, 6, 2019.
Publication Date: May 2019
Powerpoint slides for Students with additional needs in remote learning – An “Unconference”, May 20, 2020.
Publication Date: May 20, 2020
This tip sheet includes specific question prompts, related activities, and adaptations that you can use for Inga Moore's Six Dinners Sid.
Publication Date: May 20, 2020
In 2019, we asked 29 early childhood STEM experts what were some misconceptions about early STEM learning they have come across in their work. We then analyzed and organized their responses, and searched the literature to debunk the myths and misconceptions with facts. In this blog series, we hope by clearing up these myths with the evidence base.
Publication Date: March-April 2020
Why is shared storybook reading so important? How can we support children's STEM learning through storybook reading? In this blog post, Dr. Towson shared how to incorporate dialogic reading strategies into your storybook reading
Publication Date: June 2, 2020
The chart below outlines 7 easy at-home storybook adaptations, categorized by the type of support families/practitioners may provide (motor, sensory, communicative/linguistic, visual, or auditory).
Publication Date: June 15, 2020
STEM talkABLE is a platform that individuals with disabilities and their families, peers, colleagues, teachers can share their stories and STEM learning journey. If you are interested in sharing your stories on STEM talkABLE? Please contact us at stemie@unc.edu.
Publication Date: June 10 2020
This tip sheet includes specific question prompts, related activities, and adaptations that you can use for Linda Benton's I See Patterns.
Publication Date: July 24, 2020
This tip sheet includes specific question prompts, related activities, and adaptations that you can use for Rolf Myller's How Big is Foot?
Publication Date: July 24, 2020
Learn about dialogic reading and how you can use it to have storybook conversations in STEM with young children. 
Publication Date: April 24, 2020
Find examples of adaptations based on functional needs/skills that can be used before or during dialogic reading and other shared book reading experiences.
Publication Date: April 22, 2020
An overview of STEMIE's scoping review to examine research evidence in STEM learning and young children with disabilities that includes a blog post and a 1-pager summary.
Publication Date: 15 March 2020