Science, Technology, Engineering, Math all belong in stories
How can we transmit the joy of that “Eureka!” moment when a discovery becomes real?
In the laboratory and classroom, working with science, technology, engineering and math takes time and patience. With storytelling, so many processes can be compressed and examined from different angles all in less than an hour.
Eureka STEM Stories for Elementary
These stories are designed to spark student interest and engagement.
- What is the scientific process?
- How did science and mathematics get started?
- What was Archimedes Eureka! discovery?
- How can we apply math in daily life?
- And other stories!
The Eureka! Math and Science Programs were created with funding from Rhode Island State Department of Education Innovative Project Grants, and further develop with United States Department of Education Librarian Science Training funds.
Eureka! Math and Science for Elementary Students
Math stories that engage, entertain and educate elementary school audiences.
Other Eureka Programs…
Eureka! Breakthrough Workshop for Educators
How can telling and listening to stories change the way your students learn? This workshop trains teachers on the basics of the Eureka! process.
Developing Eureka! Stories — Teacher Workshop
You want to use stories in your classroom, but don’t know how. This practical workshop will teach you how to develop and hone your own Eureka! Stories.Click here for the guide
Eureka! Relieving Math Anxiety
A focused program for all grades, as well as GED and adult learners.
Uses stories to inspire GED students to break through math issues. Specific work on math and test anxiety.
Part of this program combats the anxiety that many people feel about Mathematics (without adding to it) and the other part addresses important issues of accomplishment and Getting Things Done.