Real World STEMpathy learning for school and homeschooling!

STEMpathy challenges are globally inclusive, real-world, and all about the intersection of STEM and empathy education. Real stories of real humans all over the world. Captivating wordless video, engaging written narratives, and super fun lesson plans! (Want to try a free STEMpathy lesson?)

Example: Fractions in Ecuador with Norma

STEMpathy Challenges: Wordless videos and inclusive human stories that engage educators and students. Learning doesn’t have to be boring. Let’s help all youth love learning about self, others, and our world through captivating content.

STEMpathy. Real World, Fun, and Engaging Math for Kids and Students

Educators Love Weaving Math and Social Emotional Learning: STEMpathy

Hear Sue Totaro share her perspective on how Better World Ed stories make math more human for kids. Sue and teachers from her district, West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District, have been partnering with Better World Ed to bring the world into more than 100 classrooms. STEMpathy through math and SEL’s integration.

Practicing empathy can’t be a classroom’s “extra credit”. We can try to weave it right into the heart of every class. Especially math class. STEMpathy.



“How would you ever teach compassion and empathy in math class!?”



It has been a beautiful thing to see. Introducing Learning Journey stories directly into math class, we have seen students more excited about learning about, well, everything.



Math is a universal language. It can help us all practice empathy, ecosystem understanding, creativity, and collaboration. Anywhere in the world.



Imagine every child, educator, and parent using the Learning Journey approach as their favorite way to learn every subject. To practice STEMpathy.



Close your eyes and imagine what that world will look like. A world where empathy, curiosity, compassion, and math learning blend together as one. When we crack that together, we can do anything.



Let’s make the traditional word problem more engaging. More relevant. More real world. Let’s LOVE math — while also learning to love our world and one another in a more powerful way.

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