Science Safety Articles
The need for more awareness of chemical hygiene plans across all school levels and the cavalier attitude towards safety are concerns in school districts.
Safety training is essential for STEM and CTE fields. Learn why it’s necessary and how to get started.
Traditional and digital dissections allow students to gain valuable STEAM knowledge with some advantages and disadvantages using each method.
Safer strategies for teaching students with additional needs in STEAM subject areas using accommodations and modifications to provide equitable learning.
Methanol in K12 is a preventable hazard and many high school science departments have methanol (methyl alcohol; wood alcohol; wood spirits; carbinol; methyl hydrate) in
It is essential that all science teachers have an understanding of how to create environments that support safer STEM learning.
At this festive time of year, many students and adults are thinking about Santa visiting them on Christmas Eve, providing that they have been ‘nice’
Risk management in K12 education can influence behavior and choices for field trips, sports events, extracurriculars, and classroom instruction.
This article explores the STEM Legal Liability in schools, the hazards involved with chemical handling, and the entire chemical hygiene program.